Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Tendai Marima has degrees from the University of Cape Town, South Africa and Goldsmiths College, (University of London), UK. With experience covering East and Southern Africa, Tendai has over 5 years of professional journalistic experience. From South Sudan to South Africa, she has travelled the region covering a diversity of multimedia stories for a range of international publications including Al Jazeera, Foreign Policy, NPR, the New Humanitarian, the New York Times, the Guardian and the Mail and Guardian (South Africa). She also works as a photographer and video producer and has been commissioned by television and various humanitarian agencies, including Redfish Media and All We Can (UK). Her images have made it to the Agenda 2063 African Women’s Photography Contest 2021 and she also exhibited under Native Agency at Vogue Photo Festival, Milan, Italy 2021. She is a reporting fellow for the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) and covered Uganda and South Sudan. Tendai is a member of Native Agency, Fairpicture, African Women Photograph, Women Photograph, the Everyday Projects and a founding member of Everyday Zimbabwe.