Simon Fidelis Luyenga is a Tanzanian born independent photojournalist and documentary photographer; his work has been featured in publications including Suddeutsche Zeitung, Mail & Guardian, Die Zeit, Rinse and exhibited in Galleries. In 2018 he was awarded a honourable mention in East Africa Photography Award, by Uganda Press Photo Award in Kampala. 2015 he was commissioned in an exhibition “Now you see me now you don’t” at the Grand Cinema in Mannheim Germany. And 2019 at Kigali Center for photography by Foundry Photojournalism and VII Academy.
Dar es salaam: 2018-02-16, Opposition party spectators at Mwananyamala, waiting for the leaders to address the crowd at the opening of local election campaign.
DAR ES SALAAM:2018-02-16, Spectator yelling at the group of performers at Biafra, Ruling Party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Members of the parliament Kinondoni constituency re-election campaign
University of Johannesburg (Uj) students clashed with private security when they march to various universities to garner support for free education. Several journalists were also attacked by security.
JOHANNESBURG: 12-02-2016. (EFF) Economics Freedom Fighters supporters at the constitutional hill mocking ANC t-shirt after the Nkandla ruling, The high court judge said “The judgment is remarkably long on the constitutional basis for the powers of the public protector but very short on the constitutional powers of the executive and Parliament when it comes to matters of national security.
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