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  2. East Africa - Wikipedia

    East Africa, Eastern Africa, or East of Africa is the eastern subregion of the African continent. In the United Nations Statistics Division scheme of geographic regions, 10-11-(16*) territories make up Eastern Africa: [1]

  3. List of African countries by Human Development Index

    Countries fall into four broad categories based on their HDI: very high, high, medium, and low human development. Currently, Mauritius is the only African country which falls into the very high human development category. List African countries by Human Development Index (2020 report, showing 2019 data) ≥ 0.900 0.850–0.899 0.800–0.849 0.750–0.799

  4. Standard Bank - Wikipedia

    Standard Bank Group Limited [2] is a major South African bank and financial services group. It is Africa 's biggest lender by assets. [3] The company's corporate headquarters, Standard Bank Centre, is situated in Simmonds Street, Johannesburg. [4] Contents 1 History 2 Expansion and acquisitions 2.1 Africa 2.1.1 Eswatini 2.1.2 Ivory Coast

  5. Rail transport in South Sudan - Wikipedia

    The South Sudanese railways were originally built by Sudan. The railways were built to the 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) gauge, the same track gauge used in most other former British colonies in Africa. The country has one major narrow-gauge rail lines: The line connects Babonosa of Sudan to Wau in the northern province of Bahr el Ghazal, over a ...

  6. EAC - Wikipedia

    East African Community, a trade bloc East Asian Community, a proposed trade bloc Election Assistance Commission of the Government of the United States Electoral Affairs Commission of Hong Kong Electricity Authority of Cambodia Electricity Authority of Cyprus Environmental audit committee of the Parliament of the United Kingdom

  7. Micere Githae Mugo - Wikipedia

    The East African Standard listed her among the 100 most influential people in Kenya in 2002. [2] Contents 1 Early life 1.1 Exile 2 Late career 3 Works 3.1 Plays 3.2 Poetry 3.3 Literary criticism 3.4 Autobiography 4 Awards and honours 5 TV appearances 6 Relatives 7 References 8 External links Early life [ edit]