Kudakwashe Kamupira co-founder of Bahati Books discusses inspiration, entrepreneurship and contemporary African fiction.
Come and join us at the Greenwich Book Festival on Saturday 27 May!
Being an African man is a dangerous game.
Young Nigerians are leaving - it’s up to us to persuade them to stay.
Co-founders of Bahati Books, Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira, speak to RFI's Africa: Stories in the 55 literature program about their new e-books on offer for 2017 and what trends they are focusing on in the new year.
The Pigeonhole is delighted to be collaborating with Bahati Books to bring you a serialisation of the best new African writing today.
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.
Bahati Books co-founders, Kudakwashe Kamupira and Barbara Njau speaks to Soho Radio host, Stefan Allesch-Taylor about African literature, the future of publishing and Bahati Books' upcoming titles.
10 books you must read about life in contemporary Africa.
Barbara Njau drops by East London Radio station to discuss Bahati Books and African literature: why it is an important and growing genre in its own right, why readers – both African readers but also global non-African readers stand to benefit from reading fresh and contemporary writing emerging from across Africa and its diaspora – and what the outlook is for digital publishing.
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.
Bahati Books speaks at London Business School's "Africa Business Summit".
Nottingham-based Kemet FM’s DJ Ya Kil interviewed Bahati Books co-founders – Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira. They discuss Bahati Books’ innovative, new authors; writers on the rise who readers should keep an eye on.
There’s a digital revolution taking place in Africa. Many readers have embraced digital magazines and e-books and Bahati Books is part of that revolution. To read more, flick through to page 13 of Afroelle Magazine!
Literature is a powerful thing for many. It can take people on a journey and allow an audience to open their imaginations. Literature also has the power to connect people in a very real and spiritual way, allowing them to learn about themselves.