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  2. East African Federation - Wikipedia

    The East African Federation (Swahili: Shirikisho la Afrika Mashariki) is a proposed political union of the six sovereign states of the East African Community – Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda – as a single federated sovereign state.

  3. German East Africa - Wikipedia

    German East Africa (German: Deutsch-Ostafrika) (GEA) was a German colony in the African Great Lakes region, which included present-day Burundi, Rwanda, the Tanzania mainland, and the Kionga Triangle, a small region later incorporated into Mozambique.

  4. MENA - Wikipedia

    MENA is an English-language acronym referring to the Middle East and North Africa.It is alternatively called the WANA (West Asia and North Africa). The MENA acronym is often used in academia, military planning, disaster relief, media planning as a broadcast region, and business writing.

  5. South African English - Wikipedia

    BSAE originated in the South African school system, when the 1953 Bantu Education Act mandated the use of native African languages in the classroom. When this law was established, most of the native English-speaking teachers were removed from schools. This limited the exposure that black students received to standard varieties of English.

  6. South - Wikipedia

    South partners with North and plays against East and West. [8] In Greek religion, Notos, was the south wind and bringer of the storms of late summer and autumn.

  7. Standard Bank - Wikipedia

    The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited is a major South African bank and financial services group. It is Africa's biggest lender by assets. The company's corporate headquarters, Standard Bank Centre, is situated in Simmonds Street, Johannesburg.

  8. Rupee - Wikipedia

    Shortly after that, the florin was split into two East African shillings. This assimilation to sterling did not, however, happen in British India itself. In Somalia, the Italian colonial authority minted 'rupia' to exactly the same standard and called the pice 'besa'.

  9. Rhodesian African Rifles - Wikipedia

    After acclimatisation and orientation to living, moving and fighting in the jungle, on 2 December they boarded HMT Aronda for Chittagong, in the Arakan, Burma. There, as part of the 22nd East African Infantry Brigade, they came under command the 15th Indian Corps, part of Field Marshall William Slim's 14th Army, fighting the Japanese.