Lessons from virtual workshop on poetry writing

It is a mirror of social realities and a medium of cultural commentary

Mkapa the writer and writing English in Tanzania

Tanzanian critics argue he should have written his memoir in Kiswahili

Tension fills the pages of 'Havoc of choice'

Kavata comes undone when her husband runs for elective office

Debunking the birther conspiracy on Kamala Harris

Birth to immigrant parents and ethnic identity divisive in America

Elegy to Benjamin William Mkapa

He who walks where suns set, touching hearts with words

Book marks milestones of the church in Uganda

it is a trove of lessons embodied by those who live a life of service to others

The saga of Lord Delamere and his descendants

A quirky book about the 120-year history of the Delamere family in Kenya, full of intriguing detail and anecdote

How Zanzibar's liberation was lost in 1964

• The Zanzibar revolution in 1964 resulted in the takeover by strongman Abeid Karume and union with the mainland • ...

Mental health themes during Covid pandemic

Taboo and stigma is to aggravate an ongoing disaster

When poetry helps you face the mountain of life

The book is an offering of 36 poems in 50 pages

Between writer's block and creativity amid pandemic

Angst due to the virus is hampering output, but silence is art in itself

Salute to literary fathers as sociocultural patriarchs

Revisiting Father's Day from a literary perspective

Corona highlights global and cultural integration

It is time to revisit cultural ambivalence to reorient 'foreign' African writers

Career fair: Starting my tomorrow today

It offered students glimpse into the world of work for informed decisions

Cancer pandemic in the age of Covid-19

It remains the second deadliest human disease on the planet

The other side of KDF sacrifices in Somalia

Book explores the nexus between war and women's experiences

Celebrating Mwalimu Wanjiku Matenjwa

She emerged during the golden era of Kenyan literary scholarship