[Daily Trust] Three Nigerians are among the 10 writers on the long list for the 2021 James Currey Prize for Literature.
[Monitor] The Bwamba Cultural institution in Bundibugyo District, western Uganda is mourning the death of Queen Mother Nansoliya Rhoda Kawamala.
[The Point] Come July 9, the Kairaba Jama Hall is expected to be crowded as comedians will stage to showcase their talents.
[New Era] As we commemorate the Day of the African Child this week, with the theme "30 years after the adoption of the Charter: accelerate the implementation of Agenda 2040 for an Africa fit for children", I thought of reflecting on the importance of c...
[New Era] One thing Gen-Z is known for is undeniably maximising their use of social media in ways that have proven to be lucrative, and local emerging musician Jozi is no exception.
[Daily Maverick] Grunge rock band Nirvana are being sued over copyright infringement because of an image created in 1949 by British artist CW Scott-Giles, and originally used to illustrate an English version of Dante's Inferno.
[Nairobi News] Kenya Film Classification Board Chief Executive Ezekiel Mutua has warned Kenyans against recording and sharing naked videos of other people.
[The Herald] Unheralded upcoming stylist comes fashion designer Laura Tinovimbanashe Chimedza who recently rebranded the popular fashion label, Laura Ellcy Fashions says fashion knows no age or creed, hence the need to include children in the designing...
[The Conversation Africa] The efforts of a range of academics across Africa have produced a new anthology of articles about sport on the continent. It's an important book because it's a subject that's been largely neglected.
[Nairobi News] Fresh from a public fallout with her celebrity sibling, Cebbie Koks Nyasego, sister to popular singer Akothee, now says she's had enough of social media.