South Africa through the eyes of photographer Thina Zibi
Her subjects range from a child playing on the road, to an elderly woman in her red-and-white church uniform and even award-winning a capella singing group The Soil.
'I enjoy people, wherever. I usually end up in social areas or areas where there are a lot of people, and always find something interesting there,' she says.
Her creative process when capturing a moment is to capture the subjects unaware.
'I try to avoid being in people’s faces, so I usually take a picture from a distance. I prefer the stolen moments,' she says.
Asked to describe her photographs in one word, she says they are 'honest'.
Although originally from Cape Town, Zibi harbours a great love for Johannesburg and believes everyone should, too: 'It’s a beautiful jungle. The people are amazing and the energy is perfect to feed from.'
Her work has a lot of substance and soul. Below, she describes some of her photographs: