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  2. Kenya Times - Wikipedia

    The Kenya Times was an English-language newspaper published in Kenya published from 1983 to 2010. It was first published on 5 April 1983 and was founded by KANU, at that time the only legal political party in Kenya. The paper was originally known as The Nairobi Times.

  3. List of newspapers in Kenya - Wikipedia

    James F. Scotton (1975). "Press in Kenya a Decade after Independence; Patterns of Readership and Ownership". Gazette. 21: 19–33. doi: 10.1177/001654927502100102. "Kenya: Directory: the Press". Africa South of the Sahara 2004. Regional Surveys of the World. Europa Publications. 2004.

  4. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

    There are two independent national daily newspapers, the Daily Nation, The Standard, and two daily free newspapers, X News, and The People Daily. There are also two specialised daily papers, Business Daily and The Star, and one weekly paper, The East African, which is published in Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and Kampala. [3]

  5. Kenya at the 2022 Commonwealth Games - Wikipedia

    By virtue of its status as the top Commonwealth African nation in the respective FIBA 3x3 Federation Rankings for men and women (on 1 November 2021), Kenya qualified for both tournaments. [6] [7] On 27 April 2022, it was also confirmed that Kenya received a Bipartite Invitation for the women's wheelchair tournament. [8] Beach volleyball [ edit]

  6. TV47 Kenya - Wikipedia

    TV47 is a television channel based in Kenya. It is owned by Cape Media Limited, an affiliate of Mount Kenya University. [1] It was launched in 2019 [2] [3] and its main broadcast languages are English and Kiswahili. TV47 is a late entrant in the mass media in Kenya. There are more than 50 television stations in Kenya. [4]

  7. Kenya Standard Gauge Railway - Wikipedia

    The Kenya Standard Gauge Railway is a railway system that will connect Kenyan cities, and link the country to the neighboring country of Uganda, and through Uganda, to South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi. There are also plans to link to Addis Ababa, in neighboring Ethiopia to the north.

  8. National Intelligence Service (Kenya) - Wikipedia

    NIS is divided into seven sections: 1. Administration under the director of administration, 2. Information technology under the director of information technology 3. Internal intelligence under the director of internal intelligence 4. External intelligence under the director of external intelligence 5.

  9. Tom Mboya - Wikipedia

    In the Independent Republic of Kenya, Mboya, who was a pre-independence Minister of Labour since 1962, was appointed by the New Prime Minister, Jomo Kenyatta, as the MP for Nairobi Central Constituency (today, Kamukunji Constituency) and became Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs —a post he held from 1 June 1963, until December 1964.