Fool's Gold, selected as Our Black Chronicles' book of the month!

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Katlego Kol-Kes selected as one of 10 African trailblazers speaking at TEDGlobal 2017!

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Bahati Books attends Buckingham Palace's Royal Garden Party.

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Kudakwashe Kamupira founder of Bahati Books discusses inspiration, entrepreneurship and contemporary African fiction.

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Zainab Omaki's "Side Babies", Ayibu Makolo's "The Farewell" and Katlego Kol-Kes' "...on about the same old things" recommended as top e-book reads for April by NU People Magazine! 

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Being an African man is a dangerous game.

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Bahati Books profiled by What's On Africa.

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Bahati Books profiled by King's College London.

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Young Nigerians are leaving - it’s up to us to persuade them to stay. 

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Spanish newspaper, El Pais, speaks to Bahati Books about their work championing African literature.

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Being trans* is becoming a black woman of complications.

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African writing anthology serialised by The Pigeonhole and Bahati Books.

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We do everything online so why aren’t we all reading e-books?

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The Pigeonhole is delighted to be collaborating with Bahati Books to bring you a serialisation of the best new African writing today. 

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New short story collection by writers across Africa from Bahati Books,

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Katlego Kol-Kes' debut anthology "...on about the same old things" selected among Writivism's favourite books of 2016.

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Bahati Books author Joe Machina attends Lesotho-based African literature festival, Ba re e ne re festival, to speak about his debut e-book, "Victims of Greed".

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The Bookseller speaks to Bahati Books co-founders Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira ahead of the UK's Black History Month in October, to discuss Bahati Books' Black History Month anthology of African writing. 

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Celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with a daily shot of short fiction.

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Bahati Books at "Africa Writes" - a roundup.

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Writivism reviews Stanley Gazemba's e-book, "Nairobi Echoes". 

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10 books you must read about life in contemporary Africa.

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Poetess Katlego Kol-Kes, author of "...on about the same old things" writes about what it feels like to become ‘Botswana’s first openly Trans* identifying public figure’.

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Changing perceptions of African literature: Bahati Books speaks to King's College London and discusses contemporary African literature and the importance of changing narratives when they no longer serve us.

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Bahati Books speaks at London Business School's "Africa Business Summit". 

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Bahati Books wins its second award, at Lion's Den Challenge Start -Up Competition Awards Ceremony.

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