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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 ...

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  4. Daily News (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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    The Standard was first published as the Tanganyika Standard in January 1930 by the Tanganyikan East African Standard Limited. In 1967, it was taken over by a multinational London-Rhodesian Company . After the creation of Tanzania in 1964, the newspaper became known simply as The Standard.

  5. Dele Olojede - Wikipedia

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    As of 2006, Olojede was living in Johannesburg with his wife and two daughters. In November 2006, the East African Standard reported that Olojede was hoping to launch a daily newspaper that would be distributed across the entire African continent. Returning to Nigeria, Olojede launched 234Next in 2008, first on Twitter and then online and in print.

  6. Nnamdi Azikiwe - Wikipedia

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    East African newspapers generally published in Swahili, with the exception of newsletters such as the East African Standard. Azikiwe revolutionized the West African newspaper industry, demonstrating that English-language journalism could be successful.

  7. Tabora - Wikipedia

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    Tabora is served and is a junction on the Central railway line, which goes east to Dar es Salaam, west to Kigoma on to the Lake Tanganyika and north to the port of Mwanza on Lake Victoria. Trains leave three times a week in any direction. In 2017, a new station on the standard gauge railway is proposed. Airport

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