The keynote speaker at the upcoming Amsterdam Nelson Mandela Lecture has just published her first short story in the Johannesburg Review of Books. 

06/12/2018

With marches and rallies, sports boycotts and sanctions many Australians once participated in the international solidarity movement against Apartheid. An exhibition in Cape Town showcases a history more relevant than ever. 

22/11/2018

Uganda | Shooting the Network

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

Stuart Tibaweswa, winner of the 2017 Young Photography Award (YPA), and Anna Kućma, director of the Uganda Press Photo Award, talk about the contest, a free gazette, fake news, and a yearlong coverage of the country’s prime TV network.

22/11/2018

ZAM Board welcomes 4 new members

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

We’re thrilled to announce that the Board of our foundation has secured the vital, energetic and committed input of four new members.

08/11/2018

Fela, wetin you go sing about?

Blog / By Ayọ̀ Adénẹ́

At 80, the late Nigerian musician must be celebrated for his revolutionary message of empowerment.

23/10/2018

Kenya | Court unbans Rafiki

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

The Kenyan High Court Rafiki, a film with a lesbian love theme, issued a temporary injunction for the banned film for a week.

02/10/2018

Win tickets for Krotoa

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

Written by Sylvia Vollenhoven and performed by the Volksoperahuis, Krotoa tells the story of multicultural relationship in a colonial era.

02/10/2018

A selection of images from South Africa at Liberty, #easy street and Bo-Kaap, gentrification, resistance are part of the first exhibition in the cities’ Callahan Center Art Gallery at St. Francis College.

27/09/2018