Martha Mukaiwa is an art, entertainment, travel, and features writer and weekly columnist based in Windhoek, Namibia. Her personal essays on black identity, black travel and black womanhood have been published by Quartz, Matador Network, Africa is a Country, The Namibian, This is Africa, and the Mail & Guardian and have been shared by the Atlantic and BBC Travel. She occasionally considers art and trends for The Africa Report and currently serves on the jury for the Namibian Theatre and Film Awards as well as on the panel for Goethe Stage, which selects and awards grants to Namibia’s upcoming voices in the arts. She was a trainee at RNF’s 2016 workshop on covering religion and sexual/gender minorities in sub-Saharan Africa and a speaker at our September 2017 panels in Nashville, New York, and Washington, D.C.
|Categories||Arts, Gender & sexuality|
|Locations||Africa, Namibia, Southern Africa|