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  2. Kikuyu people - Wikipedia

    The Kikuyu (also Agĩkũyũ/Gĩkũyũ) are a Bantu tribe native to Central Kenya, but also found in significantly less numbers in Tanzania.At a population of 8,148,668 as of 2019, they account for 17.13% of the total population of Kenya, making them the largest ethnic group in Kenya.

  3. Kenya national cricket team - Wikipedia

    Kenya had done enough to qualify for the Super Six stage, becoming the first non-test nation to progress beyond the first round of the World Cup. In the Super Six stage, they lost to India [68] and Australia, [69] but beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets, [70] qualifying for the semi-final, where they lost to India by 91 runs.

  4. Uhuru Kenyatta - Wikipedia

    Uhuru Kenyatta was born October 26th 1961 to the future first president of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta, and his fourth wife, Mama Ngina Kenyatta (née Muhoho). The second born in the family, he has two sisters, Christine (born 1953), Anna Nyokabi (born 1963), and a brother, Muhoho Kenyatta (born 1965).

  5. Sheila Mwarangu - Wikipedia

    Sheila Wairimu Mwarangu (née Sheila Wairimu), is a consultant civil and structural engineer, who is a partner and managing director at Gathara & Partners Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers, a Kenyan consulting engineering company in Nairobi, Kenya's capital and largest city.

  6. List of newspapers in South Africa - Wikipedia

    This is a list of newspapers in South Africa.. In 2017, there were 22 daily and 25 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, most published in English. According to a survey of the South African Audience Research Foundation, about 50% of the South African adult population are newspaper readers and 48% are magazine readers.

  7. Anglican dioceses of Maseno - Wikipedia

    Three dioceses created from the Anglican Diocese of Mombasa in 1960 took in the westernmost area (Nyanza Province: Maseno), the west-central and north-west area (Rift Valley Province: Nakuru) and the central and north-east parts (Central Province: Fort Hall), leaving Mombasa diocese with the south-west area.

  8. Mass media in Ghana - Wikipedia

    History 19th century. The media in the Gold Coast first emerged in the 19th century with the publication of The Gold Coast Gazette and Commercial Intelligencer in 1822. The paper had several functions: to provide information for civil servants and European merchants; and to help promote literacy rates and rural development among the local population - while encouraging unity with the Gold ...

  9. State - Wikipedia

    Nation state, a state (usually sovereign) in which the great majority identify as a single culture (often defined as an ethnic group) Constituent state , a type of political subdivision of a nation Federated state , a constituent state that is part of a federal model and shares sovereignty with the federal government