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  2. The Standard (Kenya) - Wikipedia

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    The newspaper was established as the African Standard in 1902 as a weekly by Alibhai Mulla Jeevanjee, an immigrant businessman from British India. In 1905 Jeevanjee sold the paper to Maia Anderson and Rudolf Franz Mayer, who changed the name to the East African Standard.

  3. Daily News (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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    The Standard was first published as the Tanganyika Standard in January 1930 by the Tanganyikan East African Standard Limited. In 1967, it was taken over by a multinational London-Rhodesian Company . After the creation of Tanzania in 1964, the newspaper became known simply as The Standard.

  4. Daily Nation - Wikipedia

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    The publisher was East African Newspapers (Nation Series) Ltd, which later became the Nation Media Group with operations throughout the African Great Lakes region. [ citation needed ] The newspaper is published by Nation Media Group from its headquarters at Nation Centre on Kimathi Street in Nairobi .

  5. Dele Olojede - Wikipedia

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    In November 2006, the East African Standard reported that Olojede was hoping to launch a daily newspaper that would be distributed across the entire African continent. [2] Returning to Nigeria, Olojede launched 234Next in 2008, first on Twitter and then online and in print.

  6. Barbara Kimenye - Wikipedia

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    Barbara Kimenye (19 December 1929 – 12 August 2012) was a British-born writer who became one of the most popular and best-selling children's authors in East Africa, where she lived from the 1950s. Her books sold more than a million copies, not just in Kenya , Uganda and Tanzania , but throughout English-speaking Africa.

  7. Nation Media Group - Wikipedia

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    The group's East African subsidiaries, especially the Tanzanian business, contribute significantly to growth in the group. In March 2016, NMG commissioned a new state-of-the art printing press on Mombasa Road in Nairobi. The new facility has capacity to print 86,000 newspapers per hour.

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