Gulshan Khan is a South African photojournalist and visual artist. Her work traverses the multiple layers of identity, humanity, memory, transition, belonging; justice and the dignity of people. She is inspired by the concept of healing through...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Producer, Writer, Reporter, Politics, Travel, Fashion, Environment, Documentary, Multimedia, Style, Video, Photography, Portraiture, Culture, Freelance, Civil Rights and Social Inequality, Humanitarian, Assignments, Consultant, Artist, Editorial, Visual Artist, Climate, Trainer, Conservation, Still Photographer, Social Justice, Reportage, Visual Journalist
The family (L to R) aunt, Sandra Kwamba, mom Rejoice Dlamini, sister, Zandile Dlamini (18) and aunt, Martha Sithole, of Vusi Dlamini (14) who was shot in the back of the head during unrest in Vosloorus, are pictured at the family home in Katlehong in Johannesburg on July 15, 2021. Gulshan Khan for the Washington Post
on The Washington Post: "˜I am broken': South African communities are gutted by a wave of looting, arson and loss