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  2. The Standard (Kenya) - Wikipedia

    The British-based Lonrho Group bought the newspaper in 1963, only a few months before Kenya's independence (they were a colony of Britain). The paper changed its name to The Standard in 1977 but the name East African Standard was revived later. It was sold to Kenyan investors in 1995. In 2004 the name was changed back to The Standard.

  3. East African Community - Wikipedia

    The East African Community ( EAC) is an intergovernmental organisation composed of seven countries in the African Great Lakes region in East Africa: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republics of Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Uganda.

  4. East Africa Cup - Wikipedia

    The East Africa Cup (EAC) is one of two domestic cricket competitions launched by Cricket Kenya in the aftermath of the Kenya national cricket team's disastrous showing at the 2011 Cricket World Cup. It is a 50 over competition that features 6 franchises, 4 from Kenya and 2 from Uganda, that compete against each other home and away in a league ...

  5. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

    Prime Minister Raila Odinga addressing the Kenyan media during the 2007–08 Kenyan crisis. Mass media in Kenya includes more than 91 FM stations, more than 64 free to view TV stations, and an unconfirmed number of print newspapers and magazines. Publications mainly use English as their primary language of communication, with some media houses ...

  6. White people in Kenya - Wikipedia

    The British assumed control of the regions of Kenya and Uganda, and governed it through the Imperial British East Africa Company. In 1895, the British government proclaimed the territories of the Imperial British East Africa Company as a protectorate, and transferred responsibility of its administration to the Foreign Office. This coincided ...

  7. 2007 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    The Kenya African National Union, which had ruled the country from independence until 2002 was reduced to being the fourth-largest party with only 15 seats. Only 71 of the 190 sitting MPs were re-elected, twenty ministers lost their seats and a record 15 female MPs were elected. [4]

  8. Kenya Railways Corporation - Wikipedia

    East African Railways and Harbours Corporation Founded 1977 Headquarters Nairobi, Nairobi County Kenya Products Railway and Commuter rail transportation Kenya Railways (KR) Operation Infrastructure company Kenya Railways (KR) System length Total 2,066 kilometres (1,284 mi) Track gauge Main 1,000 mm(3 ft 3+3⁄8 in) metre gauge Features No. stations