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  2. Uganda Railways Corporation - Wikipedia

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    In 2005, the Rift Valley Railways Consortium (RVRC) from South Africa was awarded a concession to manage URC and Kenya Railways. RVRC was scheduled to take over operations on 1 August 2006. However, the East African Standard reported on 28 July 2006, that the take-over was postponed until 1 November 2006.

  3. East African shilling - Wikipedia

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    The East African shilling was the currency issued for use in British controlled areas in East Africa from 1921 until 1969. It was produced by the East African Currency Board . It is also the proposed name for a common currency that the East African Community plans to introduce.

  4. South African Standard Time - Wikipedia

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    South Africa observed a daylight saving time of GMT+03:00 between 20 September 1942 to 21 March 1943 and 19 September 1943 to 19 March 1944. South African Standard Time is defined as "Coordinated Universal Time plus two hours" as defined in South African National Government Gazette No. 40125 of 8 July 2016.

  5. List of time zones by country - Wikipedia

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    This is a list representing time zones by country.Countries are ranked by total number of time zones on their territory. Time zones of a country include that of dependent territories (except Antarctic claims).

  6. Ethiopian birr - Wikipedia

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    Maria Theresa thalers were allowed to circulate with a value of 1s 10½d (or 45 lire). The East African shilling became the money of account on 1 July 1942; it eventually became the sole legal tender and remained so until 1945. Regular notes of the East African Currency Board were used for circulation in Ethiopia. Second birr, 1945–

  7. Central Line (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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    German period. The Central Line was the second railway project coming into existence in the colony of then German East Africa after the Usambara Railway.For the Tanganjikabahn-project a company was founded, the Ostafrikanische Eisenbahngesellschaft (OAEG) (East African Railway Company) which started railway construction in 1905 with 21 million marks (ℳ) provided by Adolph von Hansemann's ...

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