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Sunday 07/02/2016

Kenya - A Cry from the Heart

Kenya - A Cry from the Heart

Chronicle #17 / By By Ibro Ibrahim

Harsh military and police action drive Kenyan Somali youth into the arms of militants.

15/12/2015

Special - No Hearts, No Minds

Special - No Hearts, No Minds

Chronicle #17 / By the African Investigative Publishing Collective

Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, and Somalia | The neglected strategy in the War on Terror in Africa

15/12/2015

Somalia - A Failed Amnesty

Somalia - A Failed Amnesty

Chronicle #17 / By Muno Gedi

'Reformed' terrorists now regret believing in the amnesty that was promised by the government. "There can only be peace when corruption ends."

15/12/2015

Nigeria - Hearts and Minds

Nigeria - Hearts and Minds

Chronicle #17 / By Hamza Idris

It may have to do with the fact that the new President is a Muslim and a Northerner, but a dialogue with locals is slowly starting.

15/12/2015

Mali - A Report from Devastation

Mali - A Report from Devastation

Chronicle #17 / By David Dembele

The War on Terror destroyed some buildings that the jihadis had left standing and left the population destitute.

15/12/2015

Photo (from left to right): Chief Bisong Etahoben, Alberique Houndjo, and Fidelis Mac-Leva

A Witchcraft Meeting in Accra

Blog / By Anneke Verbraeken

"Honestly, couldn’t we have done this on Skype?” inquires one of the team members after our first meeting. Comparing notes has been a cautious and not very exciting exercise at first. We only know other team members from social media and are still getting to know one another in real life.

Released and available to order: The African Tabloid

This publication is a journey into migrant communities in Johannesburg, Lagos, Glasgow and New York. Despite much being said about them, very little is heard from the African individuals building new lives and communities. This is the gap we want to fill.

03/11/2015

ZAM Chronicle | Best of 2015

ZAM Chronicle | Best of 2015

Blog / By ZAM reporter

Throughout 2015, we published more than 70 stories in our newsletter magazine the ZAM Chronicle. These are our ten most-read magazine stories of 2015.

The Making of the No Hearts, No Minds Investigation

A special ZAM Chronicle issue dedicated to the transnational ‘War on Terror’ investigation conducted by our partners in the African Investigative Publishing Collective.

15/12/2015

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.

 

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