Musa Nxumalo

As part of my ongoing approach to try and showcase as many talented young photographers in South Africa, I finally got time to speak to Musa Nxumalo and get him to answer a few questions about himself and his work. Tell us more about yourself, who is Musa Nxumalo?...

Paul Close: The Snakebox Odyssey

A broken daughters toy is what it took to get Paul Close to realise a lifetime ambition of driving back through his native Africa in the hope of fetching a new one. What followed was 16 years of riding, over three stages and countless photos later. Paul took time out...

Willem de Lange | Emerging Farmers in South Africa

Willem de Lange has started a project looking at emerging farmers in South Africa. Since the end of Apartheid, many white owned farms have been given back to the people who originally owned the land. The problem currently being faced is a lack of support and training...

Lebohang Mashiloane | Living In the Dark

In my continued effort to showcase the work being produced by fellow Africans, I was alerted to the work of Lebohang Mashiloane by Thato Mogotsi of The Times (thanks!). He’s spent a considerable amount of time looking at the some of the social issues being faced...

Ilan Godfrey | Living With Crime

Ilan Godfrey’s projects about life in South Africa took my interest recently, partly due to how close to home they were for me. His ‘Living With Crime‘ project looked at victims of crime in South Africa, who have suffered a horrendous ordeal or lost a loved one  due...

Yo-Yo Gonthier

This month we look at Yo-Yo Gonthier, originaly from Niger but now residing in Paris. Yo-Yo frequently looks at how Africa’s past colonial past has influenced the architecture and people of a country. In his ‘Monuments’ series, he looks at how...