August 3, 2018: Police in anti-riot gear wait outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser.             - For BuzzFeed News
       
     
 August 3, 2018: Police officers in anti-riot gear push journalists outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser.            - For BuzzFeed News
       
     
 August 1, 2018: A soldier on guard after they dispersed members of the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa who had been protesting in Harare for the release of the presidential election results.      - For BuzzFeed News
       
     
 June 8, 2018: A election billboard of Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa hangs over an informal market in downtown Harare. Zimbabweans will go to the polls on July 30 to select a new president in an election where for the first time in four decades Robert Mugabe isn't a candidate.  -For The Wall Street Journal
       
     
 June 7, 2018: Informal roadside mechanics work on fixing tires in front of an election poster of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in downtown Harare.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     
 June 9, 2018: Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa, wearing a blazer bearing his campaign promises, speaks to The Wall Street Journal weeks before landmark national elections.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     
 June 7, 2018: Challenge Chinake prices old Zimbabwe dollar notes for a poster advertising the informal purchase of the notes, which were abandoned in 2009 amid record hyperinflation.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     
 January 2, 2018: A portrait of President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seen inside a photo studio along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare central business district. Mnangagwa became the third president of Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe (93) resigned from office having ruled the country for 37 years.  -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 December 20, 2017: Tinashe Nyarambi (19), observes the early morning hustle and bustle whilst waiting for customers outside his makeshift barbershop in Mbare. He opens as early as 5 am to catch market goers and those returning from nightshift. Tinashe, a self-taught barber, has been cutting hair for 10 months having lost his mother at 16 and failing to continue with his education. Faced with a bleak future he began loading music to CDs and installing Whatsapp on people’s phones for US$1  per job until he raised enough money to buy his own shop.   - For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 January 3, 2018: Apostle Jeri Mapfumo (45), founder of the Son of God Church conducts healing session on the banks of Mukuvisi River in Glen Norah. Apostle Mapfumo moved to Harare 5 months ago from Murehwa after he realised that most of his clients were travelling the 80 kms from Harare to seek spiritual healing. Many Zimbabweans have turned to religion and faith healing with the hope of escaping sickness, bad spirits and poverty.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 January 3, 2018: Workers at an apartment complex in the Avenues area of Harare tend to the building’s gardens.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 January 2, 2018: A man chops fire wood for sale at an informal market in Hopely. Fire wood is the main source of energy in the area as the resettlement is not electrified more than 10 years after Operation Murambatsvina. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 December 30, 2017: ”Things haven't changed much since Mugabe left, it's just that people are now free to move around and express themselves and that's it. Economy wise, things are still expensive and cash is still a problem but we will wait and see." - Beauty Johannes (61), stays at home and depends on her children to take care of her.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 December 20, 2017: ”I wanted to be a soldier growing up but I failed I to proceed with my schooling because my mother just couldn't afford it anymore as she was a vendor. So when she died I made a plan, taught myself how to cut hair then got my own shop. I now put my little sister through school and that's all that matters to me."- Tinashe Nyarambi (19) is a self-taught barber cutting hair out of his make-shift barbershop in Mbare. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 January 1, 2018: A man selling homemade doughnuts walks past graffiti sprayed onto an electricity sub-station on a rainy day in Engineering, Highfield, Harare. The surburb, which is the second oldest in Harare, was home to former President Robert Mugabe in the 1960s and is the birthplace of ZANU PF. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     
 A portrait of US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K Thomas Jr.           - Foreign Policy
       
     
 April 8, 2017: Dr Dixon Chibanda is a senior psychiatrist and the principal investigator of the Friendship Bench. He started the Friendship Bench in 2007 in one of Harare’s oldest townships Mbare.  - For The Guardian UK
       
     
 April 7, 2017: Sheba Khumalo, a grandmother lay health worker with the Friendship Bench Project, poses for a portrait at Western Triangle Satelite Clinic in Highfield, Harare.  - For The Guardian UK
       
     
 August 3, 2018: Police in anti-riot gear wait outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser.             - For BuzzFeed News
       
     

August 3, 2018: Police in anti-riot gear wait outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser. - For BuzzFeed News

 August 3, 2018: Police officers in anti-riot gear push journalists outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser.            - For BuzzFeed News
       
     

August 3, 2018: Police officers in anti-riot gear push journalists outside the Brontë Hotel after they had tried to order journalists to leave a scheduled MDC Alliance presser. - For BuzzFeed News

 August 1, 2018: A soldier on guard after they dispersed members of the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa who had been protesting in Harare for the release of the presidential election results.      - For BuzzFeed News
       
     

August 1, 2018: A soldier on guard after they dispersed members of the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa who had been protesting in Harare for the release of the presidential election results. - For BuzzFeed News

 June 8, 2018: A election billboard of Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa hangs over an informal market in downtown Harare. Zimbabweans will go to the polls on July 30 to select a new president in an election where for the first time in four decades Robert Mugabe isn't a candidate.  -For The Wall Street Journal
       
     

June 8, 2018: A election billboard of Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa hangs over an informal market in downtown Harare. Zimbabweans will go to the polls on July 30 to select a new president in an election where for the first time in four decades Robert Mugabe isn't a candidate. -For The Wall Street Journal

 June 7, 2018: Informal roadside mechanics work on fixing tires in front of an election poster of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in downtown Harare.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     

June 7, 2018: Informal roadside mechanics work on fixing tires in front of an election poster of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in downtown Harare. - For The Wall Street Journal

 June 9, 2018: Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa, wearing a blazer bearing his campaign promises, speaks to The Wall Street Journal weeks before landmark national elections.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     

June 9, 2018: Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa, wearing a blazer bearing his campaign promises, speaks to The Wall Street Journal weeks before landmark national elections. - For The Wall Street Journal

 June 7, 2018: Challenge Chinake prices old Zimbabwe dollar notes for a poster advertising the informal purchase of the notes, which were abandoned in 2009 amid record hyperinflation.  - For The Wall Street Journal
       
     

June 7, 2018: Challenge Chinake prices old Zimbabwe dollar notes for a poster advertising the informal purchase of the notes, which were abandoned in 2009 amid record hyperinflation. - For The Wall Street Journal

 January 2, 2018: A portrait of President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seen inside a photo studio along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare central business district. Mnangagwa became the third president of Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe (93) resigned from office having ruled the country for 37 years.  -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     

January 2, 2018: A portrait of President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seen inside a photo studio along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare central business district. Mnangagwa became the third president of Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe (93) resigned from office having ruled the country for 37 years.  - For Deutsche Welle

 December 20, 2017: Tinashe Nyarambi (19), observes the early morning hustle and bustle whilst waiting for customers outside his makeshift barbershop in Mbare. He opens as early as 5 am to catch market goers and those returning from nightshift. Tinashe, a self-taught barber, has been cutting hair for 10 months having lost his mother at 16 and failing to continue with his education. Faced with a bleak future he began loading music to CDs and installing Whatsapp on people’s phones for US$1  per job until he raised enough money to buy his own shop.   - For Deutsche Welle
       
     

December 20, 2017: Tinashe Nyarambi (19), observes the early morning hustle and bustle whilst waiting for customers outside his makeshift barbershop in Mbare. He opens as early as 5 am to catch market goers and those returning from nightshift. Tinashe, a self-taught barber, has been cutting hair for 10 months having lost his mother at 16 and failing to continue with his education. Faced with a bleak future he began loading music to CDs and installing Whatsapp on people’s phones for US$1  per job until he raised enough money to buy his own shop.  - For Deutsche Welle

 January 3, 2018: Apostle Jeri Mapfumo (45), founder of the Son of God Church conducts healing session on the banks of Mukuvisi River in Glen Norah. Apostle Mapfumo moved to Harare 5 months ago from Murehwa after he realised that most of his clients were travelling the 80 kms from Harare to seek spiritual healing. Many Zimbabweans have turned to religion and faith healing with the hope of escaping sickness, bad spirits and poverty.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     

January 3, 2018: Apostle Jeri Mapfumo (45), founder of the Son of God Church conducts healing session on the banks of Mukuvisi River in Glen Norah. Apostle Mapfumo moved to Harare 5 months ago from Murehwa after he realised that most of his clients were travelling the 80 kms from Harare to seek spiritual healing. Many Zimbabweans have turned to religion and faith healing with the hope of escaping sickness, bad spirits and poverty. - For Deutsche Welle

 January 3, 2018: Workers at an apartment complex in the Avenues area of Harare tend to the building’s gardens.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     

January 3, 2018: Workers at an apartment complex in the Avenues area of Harare tend to the building’s gardens. - For Deutsche Welle

 January 2, 2018: A man chops fire wood for sale at an informal market in Hopely. Fire wood is the main source of energy in the area as the resettlement is not electrified more than 10 years after Operation Murambatsvina. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     

January 2, 2018: A man chops fire wood for sale at an informal market in Hopely. Fire wood is the main source of energy in the area as the resettlement is not electrified more than 10 years after Operation Murambatsvina. - For Deutsche Welle

 December 30, 2017: ”Things haven't changed much since Mugabe left, it's just that people are now free to move around and express themselves and that's it. Economy wise, things are still expensive and cash is still a problem but we will wait and see." - Beauty Johannes (61), stays at home and depends on her children to take care of her.  - For Deutsche Welle
       
     

December 30, 2017: ”Things haven't changed much since Mugabe left, it's just that people are now free to move around and express themselves and that's it. Economy wise, things are still expensive and cash is still a problem but we will wait and see." - Beauty Johannes (61), stays at home and depends on her children to take care of her. - For Deutsche Welle

 December 20, 2017: ”I wanted to be a soldier growing up but I failed I to proceed with my schooling because my mother just couldn't afford it anymore as she was a vendor. So when she died I made a plan, taught myself how to cut hair then got my own shop. I now put my little sister through school and that's all that matters to me."- Tinashe Nyarambi (19) is a self-taught barber cutting hair out of his make-shift barbershop in Mbare. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     

December 20, 2017: ”I wanted to be a soldier growing up but I failed I to proceed with my schooling because my mother just couldn't afford it anymore as she was a vendor. So when she died I made a plan, taught myself how to cut hair then got my own shop. I now put my little sister through school and that's all that matters to me."- Tinashe Nyarambi (19) is a self-taught barber cutting hair out of his make-shift barbershop in Mbare. - For Deutsche Welle

 January 1, 2018: A man selling homemade doughnuts walks past graffiti sprayed onto an electricity sub-station on a rainy day in Engineering, Highfield, Harare. The surburb, which is the second oldest in Harare, was home to former President Robert Mugabe in the 1960s and is the birthplace of ZANU PF. -  For Deutsche Welle
       
     

January 1, 2018: A man selling homemade doughnuts walks past graffiti sprayed onto an electricity sub-station on a rainy day in Engineering, Highfield, Harare. The surburb, which is the second oldest in Harare, was home to former President Robert Mugabe in the 1960s and is the birthplace of ZANU PF. - For Deutsche Welle

 A portrait of US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K Thomas Jr.           - Foreign Policy
       
     

A portrait of US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K Thomas Jr.          - Foreign Policy

 April 8, 2017: Dr Dixon Chibanda is a senior psychiatrist and the principal investigator of the Friendship Bench. He started the Friendship Bench in 2007 in one of Harare’s oldest townships Mbare.  - For The Guardian UK
       
     

April 8, 2017: Dr Dixon Chibanda is a senior psychiatrist and the principal investigator of the Friendship Bench. He started the Friendship Bench in 2007 in one of Harare’s oldest townships Mbare. - For The Guardian UK

 April 7, 2017: Sheba Khumalo, a grandmother lay health worker with the Friendship Bench Project, poses for a portrait at Western Triangle Satelite Clinic in Highfield, Harare.  - For The Guardian UK
       
     

April 7, 2017: Sheba Khumalo, a grandmother lay health worker with the Friendship Bench Project, poses for a portrait at Western Triangle Satelite Clinic in Highfield, Harare. - For The Guardian UK