Naashon Zalk is an award winning directing cinematographer with over 20 years of media experience. He is currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. Naashon has worked in over 40 countries, mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, the Pacific and South-East Asia for broadcasters (Al Jazeera, TVNZ, ABC, NOS, RTL, ARD, CCTV, Food Network), development and non-profit organisations (UNAIDS, UNDP, World Bank, International IDEA, Fairtrade) and corporates (Vodafone, Siemens, Aon). Naashon is also a highly experienced photojournalist and has shot for publications such as TIME, Newsweek, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, The Washington Post, New York Times, US Vogue and many others. He is also a highly proficient writer. He was selected as a 2015 International Emmy Awards documentary category judge.
In this exclusive two-part investigation, People and Power meets a community coming to terms with the horrors of the past and joins forces with a group of forensic investigators and human rights activists attempting to bring an alleged war criminal, Yusuf Abdi Ali, also known as Colonel Tukeh, to account.
People & Power investigates New Zealand's water pollution problem as regional elections gear up.
Investigating a major scandal that exposes the corrupt relationship between business and politics in South Africa.