Photographed by Buka Andile.

Khumbulekhaya is a South African term that translates “remember home” from the isiZulu language. It is the journey of individuals on a quest to reunite and heal with their families. A series from South Africa shot by Buka Andile.



Photographer/Videographer: @buka_andile
Creative Director: @leledhlamini
Producer/Stylist: @thobekambane
Fashion: @ezokhetho
Assistant stylist: @the_precious_one
Makeup: @kikongoguurl
Hairstylist: @urban_mimz
Photographer’s Assistant: @adroitbuka
Models: @thulani_konstabula & @tracyjura_ @fabulousdotcom_models

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