Author Archives: Kanhema Photography
South African hunters believe that lifting trade ban on rhino horns will reduce poaching. Will opening a new line in the offensive on rhinos make the situation any better?
Winter household natural gas heating in the U.S. are expected to hit a nine-year low this winter, thanks to higher than normal average temperatures that have significantly reduced household energy consumption, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). “Residential … Continue reading
Far from the mobilized masses championing resistance against Wall Street’s increasing control of America’s political system and the role of banks in the economic crisis, a silent protest against the establishment is underway.
AN extraordinarily warm winter in much of America’s north-eastern and mid-western states has helped keep the cost of generating power lower, holding down wholesale power prices, reports the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). View full report here.
Lubumbashi, located in the mineral rich Katanga Province, is the Democratic Republic of Congo’s second largest city and home to some of the most powerful political families in the Congo, including President Joseph Kabila. Photos – Tawanda Kanhema/KanhemaPhoto
Rural communities in Namibia are fighting to defend their communal land from wealthy new Chinese investors, who are buying up communal land by the hectare, often through fraudulent deals with the city councils. Photos © Tawanda Kanhema.
The war in Afghanistan, jobs and the state of the economy dominate the discourse, and the candidates’ handling of these issues during the campaign has had a clear impact on voter preferences, writes Tawanda Kanhema for Channel 4 News. Read full … Continue reading