Of Nsenga and Venda descent, Kambani Ramano is a poet and photographer and a global wanderer of sorts. With an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Cape Town, his poetry is an examination of crisis and faith, and seeks to draw beauty from the ash-heap of life. His work has appeared in New Contrast, Stanzas, SEEN Journal, ITCH, and Poems for Haiti: A South African Anthology. happier were the victims is his debut poetry collection.


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