Can you spell Africa? Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira - Bahati Books co-founders, speak at TEDxKCL and explain how we can fight the stereotypes about Africa through literature.

King's College London profiled Bahati Books as among game-changers in education. Barbara and Kudakwashe talked of the important role diverse African literature plays in education.

Bahati Books speaks at London Business School's "Africa Business Summit", and MoveMeBack interviews its founders and discusses why this initiative is powerful.

Author Stanley Gazemba talks about "Nairobi Echoes", published by Bahati Books; Kenyans' view of eBooks and the limitations of the Kenyan publishing market.

Barbara Njau speaks to East London Radio about publishing, African literature and questioning cultural norms and stereotypes. 

Kudakwashe Kamupira and Barbara Njau speak to SmartMonkey and discuss e-publishing trends in Africa


Bahati Books speaks to Afrokanist Magazine on all things publishing: fiction, creative stories and up-and-coming Bahati Books authors.

Katlego Kolanyane-Kesupile talks about her collection of poems ...on about the same old things and why growing up, she never identified as either a girl or a boy.