1. Photo by Marianne Tamm (Daily Maverick). Original photo of the sky by Marlee/Flickr

    The ZAM Team mourns the passing of Fezeka Kuzwayo. She had the courage to fight the powerful. In a poem, published by ZAM in 2009, Fezeka recalled the horror she experienced one night in the house of the man who became president of South Africa. Khwezi, as Fezeka was also known, left us last Saturday. We will remember her. Read the poem here.


  2. When Landscape meets Artscape

    When Landscape meets Artscape

    Blog / By ZAM reporter

    Mandela Landscape, an art piece by Dutch photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn and artist Berend Strik, will travel to Cape Town and be on view in the Artscape Theatre from 12 February 2017. The work is one out of a series of 80 special prints produced for ZAM.


  3. 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.


  4. Comrade Sunny

    Comrade Sunny

    Chronicle #8 / By Christina Månsson

    Interview | From activist to victim to consultant.


  5. The Rise of the Big Men

    The Rise of the Big Men

    Chronicle #8 / By Nnamdi Onyeuma

    Nigeria | Investigation in Niger Delta reveals the businessmen behind the kidnappings.


  6. Photo: Estacio Valoi

    Friends with the General

    Chronicle #25 / By Evelyn Groenink

    How a British multinational became an apologist for a murderous regime.


  7. Essay | Gender Disparity

    Chronicle #25 / By Ayo Adene

    Girls abducted. Girls married off before they turn 15. Women denied equality before the law. Why do so many African societies move like a car on two left-side wheels?


  1. By Julia Runge, Basterland

    Image Afrique'16

    Chronicle #25 / By ZAM

    02|09|16 – 17|09|16 Contemporary African photography is taking Basel by storm.


  2. Hunting Season

    Hunting Season

    Chronicle #23 / By Lázaro Mabunda

    It's two-and-a-half thousand dead rhinos vs. three-hundred-and-sixty-three dead poachers in the Kruger Park