The 4th edition of the Somali Heritage Week takes place on October 12th – 13, 2018 at the Kenya Cultural Centre. The two-day festival of arts, culture, literary and informative events celebrates the different dimensions and complexities of Somali identity in East Africa. The theme for this year is Connectivity
Mawuna Remarque Koutonin makes an interesting observation in a Facebook post about how African culture is pertinent to our own being as a people, in relation to how we relate with the West and Asian nations.
"When a Japanese travels the world he sees Toyota cars everywhere. He is proud of
24 year old Linet Jandeka Kamadi from Lurambi Sub County is the new Miss Tourism Kenya – Kakamega County Chapter. She emerged overall winner beating twelve contestants in the event held at the Golf Hotel in Kakamega. Members of the public were given a chance to vote for the contestants online
Grace Wangari has told stories as far as Sweden, Iran and Tanzania. You may wonder how on earth someone would pursue storytelling as a profession. Curiosity led us to one of the events she had helped organize with ZAMALEO at a restaurant in Westlands, and later on the Sigana International
Alex Nderitu prides himself as a pioneer in the epub industry in Africa. And it is for valid reason, having published his first book way back in 2001, to experiment with digital publishing that was picking up pace in the west. He writes as Alexander Nderitu. “The only reason I
In April, 2018, Kenyan Khadija Abdalla Bajaber was declared the winner of the inaugural Graywolf Press Africa Prize. Her winning manuscript, The House of Rust, which she began writing way back in 2015 but put on hold is inspired by the ill-documented history of the Hadrami diaspora residing in the