My reporting focuses on governance, the environment and resource conflict. Over the last 12 years, I have covered elections in Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and the United States.
My work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Channel 4 News (UK), The Times (Of London), The Statesman (Ghana), Rosnor Energo, Nuclear Scholars Intiative and other online publication.
Read US based Zimbabwean journalist Tawanda Kanhema's comparison for us of US and Zimbabwean politics and democracy http://t.co/8PAx52eg
My research focuses on ownership and distribution of economic assets in developing economies, transparency in government and the private sector.
Chevron refinery fire, Richmond, CA.
In August 2012, Chevron's Richmond Refinery caught fire, sending toxic fumes across the Bay Area and attracting more than 23,000 health-related compensation claims amounting to at least $10 million from residents.
In September 2012, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services began to make strides in its nationwide investigation of illicit trade in black rhinoceros horns, gold and diamonds within the United States.
I am currently working with individuals displaced by political conflict in resource rich countries to examine the impact of a rapid growth in extractive sectors of developing nations on democracy and transparency.
I report on government, the environment and resource conflict. My research interests focus on transparency and governance, capital flight and inflows of foreign direct investment into resource-based economies in Africa. My work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Times (of London), The Sunday Times, ITN Channel 4 News (UK), The Statesman (Ghana), Rosnor Energo (Russia) among other international publications.