Nyasha Kadandara is a Zimbabwean-born journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Nairobi. She focuses on a broad spectrum of subjects including breaking news, criminal justice, education, migration, health, conflict and sports in East and Southern Africa. She directed the award-winning documentary "Through the Fire" and her short doc "Queens & Knights" won first prize at the 2016 NBC Sports film contest. She holds a master's degree in journalism and documentary filmmaking from the Columbia Journalism School. Her work has been featured on Washington Post, NBC Sports, Al Jazeera English, PBS, BBC, ZDF and EPIX. Most recently, Nyasha has produced an extensive multimedia piece on transactional sex relationships in Kenya entitled "Sex and the Sugar Daddy" for BBC's new investigative unit Africa Eye.
2016 - Winner of NBC Sports filmmaking contest, Cptr’d, 2015 - Platinum Award Winner , 2015 - Winner Audience Short
- Audio editing
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing