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.

19/06/2018

  1. Image: cover of weekend supplent of Dutch daily Trouw

    Last week, Dutch daily Trouw published Evelyn Groenink’s essay on a new breed of African investigative journalists, ZAM’s support and the hunt for the continent’s kleptocrats.

    31/05/2018

  2. 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.

    31/05/2018

  3. 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.

    09/05/2018

  4. 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.

    08/10/2017

  1. Apartheid Revisited Released

    Apartheid Revisited Released

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    This interactive web application explores the whereabouts of white oppression in South Africa, its European/Dutch roots and the relevance of an 'old' story for today.

    02/03/2018

  2. Photo: flickr/creative common

    Essay | Hidden Walls & How To Climb Them

    Chronicle #35 / By Ayo Adene

    If economic results are viewed from the secure bubble of the privileged, everything seems fine. This is why data should be disaggregated.

    26/03/2018

  3. From Sharpeville to Gaza

    Arena / By Bart Luirink

    According to Kallie Kriel ‘Apartheid was not a crime against humanity.’

    17/05/2018