I am humbled to be shortlisted for the Contemporary African Photography Prize 2019, along with other 24 photographers amongst them are peers and mentors. Nominated for my series 'Power and Glory' which gives visual documentation and testimony of Zimbabwe’s history of political violence and impunity. CHECK OUT THE FULL SHORTLIST HERERead More
Earth Fury / Cyclone Idai
More than a thousand people are feared to have died in Mozambique alone while scores have been killed and more than 200 are missing in neighbouring Zimbabwe following the deadliest cyclone to hit southern Africa. Cyclone Idai tore into the centre of Mozambique on March 14 night before barreling on to neighbouring Zimbabwe, bringing flash floods and ferocious winds, and washing away roads and houses.Read More
Chugging through townships, maize fields and scrubland as the sun rises, Zimbabwe’s only commuter train is cheap and reliable – two qualities its passengers cherish in a downwards-spiralling economy
Each morning sleepy travellers walk to the tracks and clamber aboard Zimbabwe’s only commuter train as it prepares to leave the Cowdray Park settlement at 6am and embark on its 12-mile (20km) journey into Bulawayo, the country’s second city.
The popular service was revived in November after being suspended for 13 years. The rail network collapsed under President Robert Mugabe, who ruled for nearly four decades until he was ousted in 2017. CHECK OUT THE FULL ESSAY HERERead More
Obtaining information about this week’s crackdown in Zimbabwe has been complicated by the internet shutdown imposed by the government on Tuesday. The flow of information between Zimbabweans, and from Zimbabwe to the outside world, was severely compromised.Read More