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Translate Kiswahili works into English to broaden readership

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

That the East African literary landscape has witnessed unending debates on the choice of language used in creative writing and other forms of artistic expression cannot be gainsaid.

Translate Kiswahili works into English to broaden readership

By ZAKAYO AMAYII | 7 years ago

Millicent Ojiambo handles issue of abortion cautiously

Millicent Ojiambo handles issue of abortion cautiously

In recent months, some medical researchers have been giving statistics of those who engage in abortion as alarming.

ZAKAYO AMAYI | 7 years ago

Publishers should develop manual to guide works of aspiring authors

Outspoken Sudanese writer, Taban lo Liyong, has repeatedly maintained that the East Africa region is a literary desert.

ZAKAYO AMAYI | 8 years ago

We can’t run away from urban literature as part of setbooks

In recent years, there have been unending debates concerning the selection of set books used in schools.

ZAKAYO AMAYI | 8 years ago

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