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Saturday 25/06/2016

The Uneasy Truths Project

The Uneasy Truths Project

Chronicle #24 / By Evelyn Groenink

The six cross-border investigations done by AIPC-ZAM teams ​shatter some dominant narratives.

18/05/2016

The Demonic Universe

The Demonic Universe

Chronicle #23 / By Anneke Verbraeken, Chief Bisong Etahoben, Fidelis MacLeva and Alberique Houndjo

Witches are real. They exercise political power in West African societies.

28/04/2016

The Siren Call

The Siren Call

Chronicle #19 / By David Dembele, Hamza Idris, Muno Gedi, Bram Posthumus and Kenya correspondent

Let down by ruling elites, it is difficult for youth in East and West Africa to withstand the ‘siren call’ of jihadi movements.

22/03/2016

The Good Civil Servants

The Good Civil Servants

Chronicle #21 / By Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Theophilus Abbah and Benon Herbert Oluka

Conscientious officials and their fight against corruption.

05/04/2016

Military Millionaires

Military Millionaires

Chronicle #20 / By Tshireletso Motlogelwa and Matteo Civillini

Presidential arms dealers and securocrats rule Africa’s ‘success story.’

31/03/2016

Wig Towers

Wig Towers

Chronicle #24 / By ZAM reporter

Meschac Gaba at Afrika 010. Rotterdam buildings, African headdress.

18/05/2016

Re-educating Fatima

Re-educating Fatima

Chronicle #10 / By Abjata Khalif

Kenya | Traditional families in ‘little Mogadishu’ reform their ‘westernised’ children by force.

18/11/2014

The Ruby Plunder Dialogues

The Ruby Plunder Dialogues

Chronicle #23 / By Evelyn Groenink

The ruby company writes to ZAM about ‘gross distortions’ in our story about mining in Montepuez. ZAM responds.

28/04/2016

The Diamond Connection

The Diamond Connection

Chronicle #13 / By Tshireletso Motlogelwa

Behind Botswana’s happy and prosperous image lie some disconcerting truths.

08/05/2015

Join ZAM, the movement

Our latest flyer is the first of a series carrying the best of ZAM photography. Our opening shot presents Anton Corbijn's picture of Fela Kuti, made in Paris in 1981. A luta continua.

Africadelic in Pictures

Africadelic in Pictures

Blog / By ZAM reporter

Amsterdam celebrated Africa Day 2016 with an energetic Africadelic night with talks, art and music.

 

Signs of Solidarity

The Exhibition

It started with a handful of activists, it turned into one of the biggest solidarity movements The Netherlands ever had. An initial affinity with the South African Boers turned into a massive engagement with the black majority. ‘Signs of Solidarity- The Exhibition’ is a moving account of 30 years of protest and debate, boycott and friendship.

Remember the Future

A special ZAM issue (Dutch)

Adriaan van Dis Marlene Dumas Anton Corbijn Bram Vermeulen Berend Strik Lieve Joris Conny Braam Gerda Havertong Kadir van Lohuizen Sander Veeneman and others. Order your copy