In 2011, ZAM published photographic works of Swaziland artist Nandipha Mntambo. Her work is now exhibited in the recently opened Zeitz MOCAA Museum in Cape Town.

05/10/2017

Q&A with Kadara Enyeasi

Blog / By Christina Månsson

No vintage anymore, UNSEEN shows exclusively photographic work that was made over the last three years.

24/09/2017

Remembering Biko

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

40 years ago, on the 12th of September 1977, Steve 'Bantu' Biko was murdered by the Apartheid regime in South Africa.

12/09/2017

African oligarchs

Blog / By Evelyn Groenink

Blaming only multinationals for the plunder of Africa’s mineral and other natural resources?

10/09/2017

Togo | Gnassingbé to-go

Blog / By Evelyn Groenink

An uprising against a dictator. Angry people in the streets. Seven protestors shot dead by soldiers.

24/08/2017

On the 17th of August 1982 the South African freedom fighter, journalist and scholar Ruth First was assassinated by parcel bomb sent to her by apartheid dead squads. Thirty-five years later, First is remembered as a courageous and stubborn activist against white supremacy and male domination.

17/08/2017

Pride & Loss in Amsterdam

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

With photography from the Inkanyiso Collective, the Amsterdam No Man's Art Gallery honours the courage of South African LGBT activists and mourns the lives of so many fallen heroes.

10/08/2017