Lock-down inspires Africa’s first Nobel winner to publish another novel, five decades later
How Kenyan writers have failed to etch their own literary identity
Ngugi deserves the Nobel Prize for his acclaimed writing and courage
Soyinka’s grumpy battles to defend literary legacy
Memoir and Ngugi’s unique side
As we go to elections let us think about consequences of leaders we shall elect
Unbowed by inferno
Why Abacha pronounced death sentence on Prof Soyinka
Soyinka: Africans should be faithful to their work
Soyinka: Oppression causing revolts
Soyinka in Kenya to grace film festival
Who controls and owns African literature?
Open bias dims the Lit Nobel Prize
World literature must interact
What’s all the brouhaha about our reading culture?
Tender witness who did not fear being left to the mercies of MPs
Dust devils and elephants, the magic Amboseli lives on
Westgate hero Haji endorsed to succeed father at Senate
Orengo: Uhuru men in a plot to sabotage Raila
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