Jodi Bieber, Bophelo Tladinyane, aged 20, morningside, 2017. "I feel strong about the fact that I get to live the best of both worlds. I am treated differently because I am black and I live in a white environment. My original family comes from a village. Outsiders have issues with this. Someone asked me last year “Why do you live with white people?”. I am positive about my identity. The fact that I am different and I love being weird. This makes me feel strongly about peoples confusion around race and Identity. What about the 21st century family?” #i am contradiction.

Contemporary African Photography Prize 2019 winners announced

Five outstanding African photography series awarded for…
Anna Boyiazis. From the series, Finding Freedom in the Water. 1280px_RGB. Courtesy of CAPPrize

2018 Contemporary African Photography Prize Winners

The CAP Prize aims to elevate African photography and encourage…