Alice Munro. Mordecai Richler. Margaret Atwood. What do those names have in common? They are all famous Canadian authors. And they are all white.
"We will not forget Garissa."
The shortlists for the 2015 Arthur Ellis Awards were announced on April 23. Bestowed annually by the Crime Writers of Canada, these awards recognize the best in Canadian crime writing from the last year.
Microsoft is targeting at least a million African small and medium enterprises by 2016 with a cloud-based portal that offers various tools for business growth.
The book cover of Harper Lee's novel Go Set a Watchman — her first book to be published since her classic To Kill a Mockingbird — has been revealed.
Kenya is among Sub Saharan countires that have benefited from World Bank funds to improve the medical services sector. The International Finance Corporation Wednesday loaned Goodlife Pharmacy $4.5 million in a deal that is expected to help the pharmaceutical company offer quality health products at an affordable cost.
One day, several years ago, Arlene Merasty learned her father was writing a book. This was surprising news; her father was not an author, nor had he ever expressed any desire to write before.
If you were the lucky recipient of a bunch of fragrant roses this Valentine's Day, it's likely that they came from Kenya.
Over 30 million Africans live in the diaspora. They sent almost $40bn home in 2014, a figure that is likely to grow significantly in the coming years.
If a woman writing fiction needs "money and a room of her own," as Virginia Woolf suggested, writers at the beginning of the 21st century should perhaps insist the room comes with an internet connection, after a new study has found that the proportion of self-published bestsellers written by women is almost twice as large as in traditional publishing.