Grief & Happiness
Johannesburg as It is
The Hustle and love of Mother
Living by Own
We know the sound that whispers through mountains and rivers
The holy place
City never sleeps
Prayers an usual way to show respect by taking out your bank cards and your loved ones who passed away.
Outskirts of Johannesburg
The hustle and bustle
Nature has their own language.
Happiness or Freedom
Gathering for oneness
1 Dollar Per Day
Gather for livelihood
Sunset of Bir
6am at Taj Mahal
Smell of the Sand
The Holy Place
Gathering for salvation
The Spiritual Freedom at Ganga
A Young informal recycle worker
Through the window
A School for millions at MTN Taxi Rank
Only Essential services are allowed so people are only allowed to move if there is an emergency from their home. A resident of Dieplsoot Johannesburg nowhere to go waiting for her husband to come and bring food for her child.
South African Government makes it compulsory for all to wear masks and sanitize before people enter into a public place.
A Police officer did a random check at a Spaza Shop in Eldorado Park Johannesburg. South African Government banned cigarettes to sale during the lock down but many shops till operate illegally.
More than thousands turn up in search for food as soon as they heard about the food distribution at Pretoria central, South Africa.
Alexandra, Johannesburg, South Africa: Informal vendors convert to the sale of face masks. The scarcity of masks in the country has inflated their value in the early days of the lockdown.
Going to the mall can take the whole day for those who live in the outskirts of the township and cannot afford public transports.
A disable person waits for his friend at the food distribution at Pretoria central, South Africa.