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  2. The Standard (Kenya) - Wikipedia

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    The paper changed its name to The Standard in 1977 but the name East African Standard was revived later. It was sold to Kenyan investors in 1995. In 2004 the name was changed back to The Standard. It is the main rival to Kenya's largest newspaper, the Daily Nation. In 1989, at a time when Kenya was going into multi-party era, the Standard Group ...

  3. Kenya Railways Corporation - Wikipedia

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    On 28 July 2006 the East African Standard reported that the planned take-over was postponed to 1 November 2006. This operational take-over took place in November and was scheduled to last for 25 years.

  4. East African Community - Wikipedia

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    Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda have cooperated with each other since the early 20th century. The East African Currency Board provided a common currency from 1919 to 1966. The customs union between Kenya and Uganda in 1917, which Tanganyika joined in 1927, was followed by the East African High Commission (EAHC) from 1948 to 1961, the East African Common Services Organization (EACSO) from 1961 to ...

  5. South African Standard Time - Wikipedia

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    South African Standard Time ( SAST) is the time zone used by all of South Africa as well as Eswatini and Lesotho. The zone is two hours ahead of UTC ( UTC+02:00) and is the same as Central Africa Time. Daylight saving time is not observed in either time zone. Solar noon in this time zone occurs at 30° E in SAST, effectively making ...

  6. African Union of Railways - Wikipedia

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    Schematic map of African railways by gauge. 1000 mm and 1067 mm gauges can be combined as a 4 rail dual gauge with bonus 1435 mm gauge. North - 1,435 mm ( 4 ft 8. +. 1⁄2 in) South - 1,067 mm ( 3 ft 6 in) mostly connected and quite strong. East - 1,067 mm ( 3 ft 6 in) (but Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and isolated Ethiopia are 1,000 mm ( 3 ft 3.

  7. East African shilling - Wikipedia

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    The East African shilling was introduced to Kenya, Tanganyika, and Uganda in 1921, replacing the short-lived East African florin at a rate of 2 shillings to 1 florin. The short-lived florin had been introduced because of increasing silver prices after World War I. At that time, the Indian rupee was the currency of the British East African states.

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