Coding comes to African classrooms

Kenyans among highest applicants in computer programming

Attack on Rushdie raises major concerns

Audiences exist that fail to see fantasy from that perspective

‘Presidents’ Pressman’ or ‘Dictator’s Pet’?

In his review, Sibi-Okumu explores moral dilemma in Lee Njiru’s role

Education skills for success in the knowledge economy

One needs holistic growth, not just academic

The role of teachers in student mental health

It is not addressed during childhood or adolescence

Poll appeal from the anthem of our nationhood

August 9 calls on each of us home and abroad to think as Kenyans

A godfather from Uganda called Kizito

Colourful heritage has a telling effect on career in lecturing

Dilemma of long holidays: Get busy or rest, recharge?

Society makes us believe at any given time, we must be productive

Citation in academic writing can discourage creativity

Students forced to quote others wonder if their own opinion matters

Opening up a young South Africa

It struggles to be a ‘rainbow nation’ in reality, not just in name

How Kiswahili became the soul of African folks

A mix of political and educational support are mainstreaming it

Sayings of hyenas as they make headlines

Talk of selling hyena balls inspires parodies from literature

Musings on a boat ride in Nairobi

The brown lake in Uhuru Park inspires experimental writing

Parable of roots, herbs and a woman with a vote

Hospital scenes evoke imagination in political season

Homage to George Lamming (1927 – 22)

He was one of the leading voices of the post-colonial literature

Farewell to The Hilton and my Milton memories

I met a rasta by that name when I first came to Nairobi

We are all in the trenches, let us stare at the stars

The fates of Kibaki and Wamalwa are rekindled during a street fight