”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.
”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.
A portrait of US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K Thomas Jr.
Dr Dixon Chibanda, a senior psychiatrist and the principal investigator of the Friendship Bench Project, 2017.
Lucia Mudima (51), a widow with 4 children, at her marital home in the Mandeya area of Honde Valley in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. Lucia buys unripe bananas, avocados and sugarcane from small holder farmers in her community which she then ripens in boxes and sells in Mbare, Harare at her market stall.
Zimbabwean photographer Michael Doma, 2017.
April 24, 2017: Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, at her home in Zaka District, Ward 4 in Masvingo. With a family of 11, Tsungirirai Madziro receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family.
Katarina Hedrén, a film programmer and freelance writer, dances in the rain at the Bamako Encounters in Mali, 2015.
Bamako, Mali 2015.
August 18, 2014: “I have never rested all my life. I am just a person who has to struggle to earn a living.” Gogo Mpofu (69), a street vendor in Harare's central business district.
April 29, 2013: A woman prepares food for her family at Hurudza Farm, in Chabwino, Zimbabwe. Women are not permanently employed at the farm and so opt to work at neighbouring farms to make enough to feed their families.
Shakira Elvis, a transwoman, poses for a portrait, 2015.
Zimbabwean writer and feminist Lebohang Mojapelo, 2013.
Clemenzia Tanyanyiwa, Chishawasha Zimbabwe, 2013.
Sipho Ndhlovu, a former street kid, sits with friends near his home in Berea, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2012.