1. Bukenya: Kisumu to become the centre and heart of Africa, for a week

    October 18 will, thus, be the kick-off date for Kisumu City’s preparations to host next year’s Festival of African Arts and Culture.

    Prof PLO Lumumba.
  2. More on offer at Nairobi International Book Fair

    As more Kenyans opt for self-publishing, industry should exploit the new shift.

     Nairobi International Book Fair
  3. Tete-a-tete with self-taught film producer

    Robin Odongo's latest and most popular film, Bangarang, is based on real life events. It recreates the brutal murder of baby Samantha Pendo and other victims of police brutality during the...

  4. I’m a Chinese language teacher, here are the opportunities

    Beth Waweru is a Mandarin teacher at Kitengela International Schools in Athi River, who discovered her passion for teaching later on in life

  5. Books fire the imagination of bibliophiles at Nairobi fair

    Organised by the Kenya Publishers Association, Nairobi International Book Fair is the second largest book fair in Africa

    Aden Duale
  6. Connecting Africa’s histories and future through literature

    Now in its third year, the Macondo Literary Festivalhad a stunning lineup of invited guest writers.

    Macondo Literary Festival
  7. Bukenya: Mwalimu’s grading wish list as examination fever sets in

    When our children do well in the exams, the parents and candidates are quick to boast, as we celebrate, that we are “really smart”, and “it all runs in the genes”.

    Coast Girls High School i
  8. Bilenge Musica to perform in Machakos tonight

    Bilenge Musica Du Congo performs every Friday at Kifaru Place on Mombasa Road

    Darzee Kalend
  9. Kitale Film Week opens portal for submissions

    Festival director Peter Pages Bwire is optimistic that more films will be registered for the event.

    Peter Bwire.
  10. Royal literature and Kenyans’ fascination with Kenyattas

    Beth Mugo has done well to document the grand but mostly unchronicled story of Kenyatta family.

  11. Kenyan wins the Afrika Redefined Indie Book Prize

    Ms Marete's book Echoes of Military Souls won with over 800 votes, representing 81.84 per cent of the votes cast.

    Jerusha Kananu Marete
  12. Binyavanga’s spirit lives on in new collection of his essays

    If there is a single memory that should always be associated with Binyavanga, it has to be that spirit to dare.

    Binyavanga Wainaina
  13. Bukenya: Season of asserting the book and all matters reading and writing

    We have to equip ourselves and our world to listen to the joyful tidings of the future cyber-time.

    Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor
  14. PREMIUM The new Kenyan designers defining our fashion trends

    ‘What is our style as Kenyans?’ A number of emerging designers are asking this question and offering a solution

  15. Beauty and climate: Eco-aesthetics and environmental responsibility

    Not only are climatic events globally linked, as we are getting increasingly aware, but their effects are felt with a startling immediacy in our highly interconnected ‘global village’ community.

     Camila Nyenze
  16. Climate change: Lessons from oral narratives

    How people were expected to use and co-exist with nature was delivered to young people through stories, songs, sayings or riddles.

    Africa Climate Summit 2023. 
  17. Twists and turns for Kenya: Why Ruto should read Homer’s ‘Odyssey’

    President Ruto is on an impossible quest… wading into uncharted territory of late.

  18. Essy Mosa: When it comes to fashion, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

    Esther Mosa is the CEO and Lead Designer of Essy Mosa, a clothing line launched in Nairobi in 2019. Born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya, she always had a passion for fashion that led her to pursue...

  19. 'Baby Pendo' film nominated for Atlanta Film Festival awards 2023

    "Bangarang" is inspired by true events that led to the death of Baby Pendo in 2017.

  20. PREMIUM Sipping words: Where wine and book lovers meet for a perfect pairing

    There is an undeniable magic in flipping through the pages of a book, savouring the mastery of words, while sipping wine.

    Books and Wine Club
  21. Michieka’s life journey, treatise on nationhood

    Michieka's Walking the Promise calls for re-engineering of university education to make it globally competitive.

    Prof Ratemo Michieka