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East Africa Time

Time zones of Africa:
    UTC−01:00 Cape Verde Time (The islands of Cape Verde are to the west of the African mainland.)
    UTC±00:00 Western European Time · Greenwich Mean Time
    UTC+01:00 Central European Time · West Africa Time · Western European Summer Time.
    UTC+02:00 Central Africa Time · Eastern European Time · South African Standard Time · West Africa Summer Time
    UTC+03:00 East Africa Time
    UTC+04:00 Mauritius Time · Seychelles Time
Striped colours indicate countries observing daylight saving time. Outside Africa the zones may have other names and summer time rules not indicated in this figure.

East Africa Time, or EAT, is a time zone used in eastern Africa. The zone is three hours ahead of UTC (UTC+3), which is the same as Arabia Standard Time, and also the same as Eastern European Summer Time.[1]

As this Time Zone is predominantly in the equatorial region, there is no significant change in day length throughout the year, so daylight saving time is not observed.[2]

East Africa Time is used by the following countries:

References

  1. ^ "EAT Time". World Time Zones.Org. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "EAT Time". World Time Zones.Org. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 
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