Joseph Maramba is a multi-media journalist with over 13 years experience. In his early journalism years he worked as a writer at The Chronicle in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe before moving onto radio at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation's Spot FM Radio where he produced and presented various content on Farming, Health and Art. He later moved to a music radio station, ZBC's Power FM in Gweru and hosted a number of artists and authors on his radio shows before moving into Organisational Communications at The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe's Harare office. There he worked on various forms of media both for print and online, producing film and photo documentaries for internal and social platforms. He later worked for Zimpaper's Capitalk 100.4FM Radio as a sports and a mid-day radio producer and presenter. His experiences have contributed to his versatility as he continued to produce his very own podcast called The Joe Mars Podcast in which he continued with having interviews with artists and authors from all over the globe. He is also a keen videographer and photographer, skills that he has picked up along the way, creating an events photography company in Harare and later moving it to Johannesburg, South Africa where he currently resides.
Live TV News Report on the Heyneighbour festival 2023.
A live news report on the death of popular grandchild to Nelson Mandela, Zoleka Mandela. Report centred on issues pertaining to her burial rights.
The Chitungwiza Harmony Singers is an Award winning choral ensemble based in Harare, Zimbabwe. This project was a commission during a series of events that the choir was performing.
Commissioned work for Spanish classical guitarist, Samuel Diz at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) 2013.
A producer and supplier of the coal mix stands close to his produce. He makes this type of coal to sell to neighbouring households to substitute an expensive resource, coal.
This was a story written during the transition of power in Zimbabwe. Mugabe, the old tyrant was getting booted out of power by his second in charge. The rest of the world was watching with baited breath on how everything was going to pan out.
Johannesburg, South Africa • Investigative Reporting • 16 Dec 2023
Transgender women who have escaped the scrutiny and problems associated with their orientation find themselves in South Africa hoping to create a new life for themselves. Still they fight for acceptance and recognition and find it hard to get a name change that could allow the to gain meaningful... Read more
Johannesburg, South Africa • Cultural • 15 Dec 2023
Huriǂoaxa or Table Mountain is where the indegenous Khoi communicated with their maker. Ever since the arrival of the colonialist, they have been forced away to make room for capitalists earning money from this tourist centre. Now, the indigenous people are taking the government to court but... Read more
Johannesburg, South Africa • Entertainment & Celebrity • 08 Dec 2023
I will be covering the very first edition of the Hey Neighbour Festival to be held at Legends Adventure Farm and will feature big artists from all around the globe such as Kendrick Lemar and Khalid. The event will feature a variety of music acts and if you have a specific artist or performance... Read more