Dilemma of choosing a career after high school

Some parents try to live their unfulfilled ambitions through their children

Jobs that will be in demand in future

Education should nurture skills around AI, big data and encryption

‘Echoes of Wails’ notes the plight of rural girls

From teenage pregnancies to FGM, it shines a light on the girl child

Light skin privilege: We’re going to need more wine review

She talks of making sure she ‘assimilated’ well by having the right accent.

Charles Mangua a literary outcast despite key novels

He was a voice of the streets and the public subcultures

Elegy to hayati Rais Magufuli

He is among the stouter sons of Africa

Jerusha Kananu follows in Micere, p’Bitek footsteps

'Marry Me a Co-wife & Other Poems' invokes the song tradition of East African poetry ably.

Ninth Jahazi issue a lesson in artistic resilience

The journal interprets the pandemic from the perspective of the arts

Fable of the condominium woman and the pandemic

Covid-19 has affected every aspect of our lives in various ways

Book review: Kamala Harris’s memoir, The truths we hold

Hers is a steady rise, which is mirrored throughout her family.

Four verses against arson in schools

Written by Wanjohi wa Makokha, who is based at Kenyatta University

To Jay Z, even marriage is a business deal

Book gives insights into the mentality that made the rapper so rich

The Nairobi Earl who quit nobility for monk lifestyle

Born into a privileged life, he threw it all away to find happiness

Silver lining in the dark clouds of the pandemic

It targets the faint of heart and spirit with messages of hope and fortitude

Richard Mbuthia: Writing in the age of a pandemic

It 'mollifies' the psychological effects of the pandemic

Inside the illustrated poetry of Martin Kiregi

The book sets your off in search of answers to social issues

Reflections on Africa’s birdlife

This excellent book provides great detail on African birdlife in an informative and highly entertaining manner