Zimbabwean-born photographer Barry Salzman began his journey into the world of photography during the historic anti-Apartheid uprisings. His family fled Zimbabwe and came to South Africa on the eve of the Soweto Uprisings of 1976. His interest in photography grew out of the idea of using the camera as a device to explore, grapple with and make sense of complex societal issues. Documenting areas of genocide led him to Rwanda, a country that marked the 25th Anniversary since the end of the Rwandan genocide.
SOURCE: DESIGN INDABA