1. Photo: Jerry Afriyie

    Fighting the homophobia within me

    Chronicle #36 / By Jerry Afriyie

    As a Dutch activist against racism and racist caricatures like ‘Zwarte Piet’, Jerry Afriyie longs for a society that includes everyone.


  2. Watch Barack Obama. The 16th Mandela Lecture

    Barack Obama delivered the 16th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on the theme “Renewing the Mandela Legacy and Promoting Active Citizenship in a Changing World” in honour of Mandela’s centennial birthday.


  3. Photo: Phumzile Khanyile. Untitled. From Plastic Crowns, 2016

    Gallery | CAP 2018

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    The winners of the 7th contemporary African Photography Prize have been announced.


  4. Photo: Be a volunteer, Join community home base care services. Dept Health and Welfare, Vaalwater Clinic/Kliniek. Vaalwater, Limpopo Province. David Goldblatt

    David Goldblatt (1930 – 2018)

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    He often inspired, sometimes mentored and always encouraged new generations of South African photographers.


  5. Photo: shutterstock

    Mozambique | In the care of Pastor Roy

    Chronicle #35 / By Estacio Valoi and Evelyn Groenink/ZAM

    How an African government and international institutions turned a blind eye to thirty years of sexual abuse at a Christian Mission.


  1. Photo: Mauro Vombe, Passengers, 008

    Through the eye of Mauro Vombo

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    The Mozambican recipient of this year’s DemocraSEE, an award for contemporary Southern African photography, was announced in Cabo Verde.


  2. Photo: Shutterstock

    The plunder route to Panama

    Chronicle #32 / By Maxime Domegni, Eric Mwamba, Francis Mbala, Estacio Valoi, Lawrence Seretse, Evelyn Groenink, and Correspondent Rwanda and Burundi

    How African oligarchs steal from their countries.


  3. Photo: Adriaan Backer

    Book | Invisible Lives

    Chronicle #36 / By Bart Luirink

    In the fight against HIV/AIDS, gays, drug users, street children, sex-workers, prisoners and migrants must be heard.