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  2. 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 and is the same as Central Africa Time. Daylight saving time is not observed in either time zone.

  3. Kenya national cricket team - Wikipedia

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    While the East Africa Premier League is a Twenty20 tournament, the East African Cup is a 50-over tournament. It is currently hoped that this tournaments will produce further new young talents for Kenya in the future. Within months, the East African tournaments were regarded in high esteem and the intensity was up to the brink, as an ...

  4. Jomo Kenyatta - Wikipedia

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    Under Kenyatta, Kenya was largely uninvolved in the affairs of other states, including those in the East African Community. Despite his reservations about any immediate East African Federation, in June 1967 Kenyatta signed the Treaty for East African Co-operation.

  5. Kenya Defence Forces - Wikipedia

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    The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) are the armed forces of the Republic of Kenya.They are made up of the Kenya Army, Kenya Navy, and Kenya Air Force.The current KDF was established, and its composition stipulated, in Article 241 of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya; it is governed by the KDF Act of 2012.

  6. Stanbic Holdings Plc - Wikipedia

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    The Group's headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, with subsidiaries in Kenya and South Sudan. Stanbic Holdings is a member of the Standard Bank Group, a financial services giant based in South Africa. The institution is licensed and governed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the national banking regulator.

  7. Nairobi–Malaba Standard Gauge Railway - Wikipedia

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    The Nairobi–Malaba SGR is expected to connect to other standard gauge railways in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan and eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, under the East African Railway Master Plan. The KSh700 billion (US$7 billion) project, is being built in phases. The Nairobi–Naivasha Section was inaugurated on 16 October 2019.