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Welcome to Kanhema Photography. This site serves as a platform to showcase some of my photography on nature, international politics, science, astrophotography among other subjects. I report on development, resources, conflict, conservation and governance. Have photo assignments or tips? Send an email to email@example.com.
The Prince of Malabo is a 27-minite documentary that traces the Equatorial Guinea's economic rise and the challenges it faces through the life of it's second vice president, Teodoro Nguema Obiang, who spent more than $300 million on a private jet, mansions and sports cars between 2002 and 2014.
Tawanda Kanhema is a journalist and photographer whose stories have appeared in The Times of London, The Sunday Times, ITN Channel 4 News, The Statesman, Rwanda Times, Beeld (South Africa), Informante (Namibia – News Editor), Rosnor Energo (Russia) among other international publications.
Kanhema’s research on uranium mining and nuclear energy in Africa has been cited by the Washington based Center for Strategic and International Studies and other global security research institutions.