Alexander McCall Smith is a British-Zimbabwean writer best known for his The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series of novels. A lawyer by qualification, he is a respected expert on medical law and bioethics. His books have sold over 40 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 46 languages. Also an amateur bassoonist, he co-founded The Really Terrible Orchestra.
Daniel Carney was a Rhodesian novelist. Some of his novels, namely The Whispering Death (1969), The Wild Geese (1977), and The Square Circle (1982), were adapted into successful films. Daniel Carney is also credited with co-founding a couple of estate agents in Salisbury, Rhodesia, in 1968.
While she initially trained as a nurse in England, Zimbabwean author and politician Sekai Nzenza then moved to Australia, where she completed her PhD. Known for her book Songs to an African Sunset, she has also been a columnist for The Herald and Zimbabwe’s Public Service Labor and Social Welfare Minister.