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  2. Daily Nation - Wikipedia

    The Daily Nation was started in the year 1958 as a Swahili weekly called Taifa by the Englishman Charles Hayes. It was bought in 1959 by the Aga Khan, and became a daily newspaper, Taifa Leo (Swahili for "Nation Today"), in January 1960. An English language edition called Daily Nation was published on October 3, 1960, in a process organised by ...

  3. Sub-Saharan Africa - Wikipedia

    Sub-saharan Africa is a major producer of gold, producing up to 30% of global production. Major suppliers are South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Guinea, and Mali. South Africa had been first in the world in terms of gold production since 1905, but in 2007 it moved to second place, according to GFMS, the precious metals consultancy.

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  5. Yanomami - Wikipedia

    The number of gold miners in the Yanomami area of Roraima was then estimated at 30 to 40 thousand, about five times the indigenous population resident there. Although the intensity of this gold rush has subsided greatly since 1990, gold prospecting continues today in the Yanomami land, spreading violence and serious health and social problems.

  6. NTV Uganda - Wikipedia

    NTV Uganda is a Ugandan television station under the Nation Media Group, NMG, operating in East Africa. It was on air since 2006. It is one of the companies owned by Aga Khan IV . During the Arua elections, its reporters like Herbert Ziwa and Ronald were arrested for allegedly inciting violence. It was also banned from covering the aerial ...

  7. Cornish Australians - Wikipedia

    John Langdon Bonython – editor, newspaper proprietor, philanthropist, and journalist. Member of the First Australian Parliament. Member for South Australia, 1901–1903. Member for Barker, 1903–1906. Editor of the Adelaide daily morning broadsheet, The Advertiser, for 35 years. John Lavington Bonython – Mayor of Adelaide, 1911–1913 ...

  8. Timeline of historic inventions - Wikipedia

    3.3-2.6 Mya: Stone tools – found in present-day Kenya, they are so old that only a pre-human species could have invented them. The otherwise earliest known stone tools were found in Ethiopia developed perhaps by Australopithecus garhi or Homo habilis; 2.3 Mya: Earliest likely control of fire and cooking, by Homo habilis

  9. Crown Colony of Sarawak - Wikipedia

    The news of the cession of Sarawak first came to light on 8 February 1946; there was a mixed response from the Sarawak people. The Iban, the Chinese, and the Melanau community received the news positively. However, the majority of the Malays were against the cession of Sarawak to the British government.