Sunday, October 4, 2015

Steve Mwase: 2015 Winner of The Voice Achievers Award!

Steve Mwase won The Voice Achievers Award: Outstanding African Writer Award. The award will be presented on October 22 and 23, 2015, in The Netherlands.

"Mr. Mwase, you were a unanimous choice because of your tremendous contributions to the development, advancement and general awareness as a writer from Africa, blending your new cultural environment, the Netherlands with your African heritage, exposing the beauty of Africa. You are an exemplary leader and a rare breed of excellence whose quality of character and sincerity of purpose places you on the platform of a role model and a mentor to African youths." 
The Achievers Voice Award Committee wrote in their letter to Mr. Mwase on 4 September 2015.

STEVE MWASE was born in the district of Busoga in Uganda. He joined the army in 1979, as a cadet officer following the fall of Uganda's renown dictator, Idi Amin Dada, and served in the army for fifteen years. In 1995, Steve relocated to The Netherlands where he developed a career as a writer. His first novel, LIFE AFTER A DICTATOR, was published in 2011. DUNIA is his second novel. He is currently working on a third novel, Exodus.

We at Cactus Rain Publishing are extremely proud to be witness to Steve's success.
To learn more about The Voice Achievers Award, look at this: 


  1. wow! Congrats from the Southern tip of Africa, Steve :)
    So proud!

    All the best,
    Gail Gilbride

  2. I feel extremely proud to share this achievement with my publisher, Cactus Rain Publishing (CRP) for having spotted my talent and their input. My special thanks go to the acquisition editor, Nadine Laman, with whom CRP is capable of registering many more award wining authors, worldwide.

  3. I wish to thank all fellows that shared in my achievement of African Writer Award 2015. Please accept my appreciation on this Thanksgiving Day.

  4. As days turn into hours for another belt of Age, I wish the staff of CRP and its authors all the best.