SA's Rose-Innes wins Caine Prize

<p>South African novelist Henrietta Rose-Innes was named the winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing. She won the award for her story &quot;Poison&quot;, which was published in the anthology <em>Africa Pens</em>, and takes a &pound;10,000 prize, reports the BBC.</p><p>The other four writers on the shortlist were Mohammed Naseehu Ali (Ghana), Stanley Onjezani Kenani (Malawi), and Uzor Maxim Uzoatu (Nigeria) and Gill Schierhout (South Africa).</p><p>The prize, given for a short story, can be awarded to African writers who have published fiction within Africa or elsewhere in the world.</p>