ZAM Africa Magazine is an independent quarterly published in The Netherlands and a showcase of the talented journalists, photographers, designers and visual artists from the African continent. ZAM Africa Magazine is inspired by a vision built in decades of solidarity and engagement with the struggles for freedom and independence. It is highly appreciated by a well educated, affluent audience in the Netherlands and Belgium.
ZAM Africa Magazine presents complex realities without generalization or judgement. Therefore, predictability have been banned from the mindset of the makers of the magazine. Since December 2007, the magazine, previously known as ‘Zuidelijk Afrika (Magazine)’ and published by the Netherlands institute for Southern Africa (NiZA), is owned by the non-profit ZAM-net Foundation.
ZAM Africa Magazine has established editorial desks in Amsterdam and Johannesburg and aims to make the publication accessible for an English speaking audience in Africa and Europe.