Kimberly Mutandiro is a journalist with over 10 years of experience. Her qualifications include a BA Degree in Communication Science from the University of South Africa (UNISA) and a Diploma in Journalism and Communications from the Christian College of Southern Africa (CCOSA). She gained part of her experience as a broadcast journalist for the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation. In 2016, she began work as a freelance reporter for one of South Africa’s most influential online newspapers, GroundUp News, where she is presently. In 2021, she was selected as an IWMF Gender Justice Fellow. After completing a course in Gender Justice, she obtained a certificate and successfully completed projects on the rights of sex workers in South Africa. Besides being published on GroundUp’s online platform, her work has been re-published widely on news platforms such as the Daily Maverick, The Citizen, Times live, The Sowetan and Mail &Guardian. Her topics of interest are immigration, women’s rights, socio-political issues, human rights, technology and business. She has also written articles for Rest of World, Thomson Reuters Trust and The GoatPoL. She believes that learning is a journey which never ends therefore she is always keen to learn something new.