Book reviews: Gwen Ansell takes us through four interesting novels.
Book reviews: Fresh contexts for a veteran and a novice result in two very compelling and readable crime thrillers.
Shaman explores the boundaries that divide science fiction imagination and history in order to try and explain who we are.
Abraham's tale of war and banking in a not-quite-Renaissance empire gathers strength in this, the penultimate volume.
What Newton has come up with will go down well with those who appreciate politics in their fantasy.
Bassist Mlungisi Gegana pays tribute to Johnny Dyani at the Joy of Jazz this weekend.
Gogwana's album, Songbook Chapter One, 'documents all the musical building blocks that have made me who I am and reflects the people I have met”.
Kenya's entrepreneurs are using technology to scale up their imaginative businesses, writes Gwen Ansell.
Two new crime thrillers, both set in police states, show how the enemy of the rule of law is very often the state itself.
Ten things you should know about Shane Cooper, the bassist and composer who is the recipient of this year's Standard Bank Young Artist award for jazz.