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  2. Emily Orwaru - Wikipedia

    In October 2017, Emily Orwaru was named among the "Top 40 Under 40 Women in Kenya 2017" by Business Daily Africa, an English-language business daily newspaper, published by the Nation Media Group. She is involved in a community-based economic development group in Nyamira, her home village.

  3. Alfred Mutua - Wikipedia

    Mutua began his career as a journalist while still in high school, publishing his first story in the daily newspapers at the age of 15. After high school, he wrote features for The Sunday Nation, Standard Newspaper and the defunct Kenya Times Newspaper.

  4. 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.

  5. Nairobi - Wikipedia

    The city is also home to the region's largest newspapers: the Daily Nation and The Standard. These are circulated within Kenya and cover a range of domestic and regional issues. Both newspapers are published in English.People Daily is also the leading free newspaper distributed on the streets of Nairobi.It is published by Mediamax Limited.

  6. Jomo Kenyatta - Wikipedia

    Within Kenya, Kenyatta came to be regarded as the "Father of the Nation", and was given the unofficial title of Mzee, a Swahili term meaning "grand old man". From 1963 until his death, a cult of personality surrounded him in the country, [538] one which deliberately interlinked Kenyan nationalism with Kenyatta's own personality. [538]

  7. List of material published by WikiLeaks - Wikipedia

    The newspaper stated that the source of the information was WikiLeaks. Northern Rock Bank. In 2007, the bank Northern Rock suffered a crisis and was propped up by an emergency loan by the Bank of England. During the crisis, a judge banned the media from publishing a sales prospectus which Northern Rock had issued.

  8. Brunei - Wikipedia

    Brunei (/ b r uː ˈ n aɪ / broo-NYE; Malay: ()), officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace (Malay: Negara Brunei Darussalam, Jawi: نڬارا بروني دارالسلام) (also Brunei Darussalam) is a country located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia.

  9. Seychelles - Wikipedia

    The main daily newspaper is the Seychelles Nation, dedicated to local government views and current topics. Other political parties operate papers such as Regar. Foreign newspapers and magazines are readily available at most bookshops and newsagents.