Born and bred in Harare, Zimbabwe, Kimberly Mutandiro has a passion for helping humanity and touching the lives of the most vulnerable people in society. She is an independent journalist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. With more than ten years of experience as a journalist, she gained part of her experience as a broadcast journalist in Zimbabwe. She graduated with a diploma in journalism and communications at the Christian College of Southern Africa (CCOSA) in 2004. After completing her studies she worked for five years for the Zimbabwean Broadcasting Corporation before moving to South Africa. In 2015 she commenced a career as an independent journalist. In 2016 she began work as a freelance reporter for one of South Africa’s most influential online newspapers, GroundUp News, where she still currently works. She will soon graduate with a BA Degree in Communication Science with the University of 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, education, and human rights. She believes that learning is a journey which never ends therefore she is always keen to learn something new.