FROM CAPE TOWN TO DAR ES SALAAM

Photographer Yasser Booley is traveling from Cape Town to Dar es Salaam, to capture authentic African public transport in African cities.

His work is Africa focussed and speaks to and of the man on the street.

FOLLOW THE JOURNEY...

Cape Town
Population size: 2.74 million Fast Fact: The network of minibus taxis is the most extensive public transport system in Cape
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Johannesburg
Population size: 4.43 million
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Bulawayo
Population size: 16,322,864 Fast Fact: Taxis normally charge US$1 per km.
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Victoria Falls
Population size: 33,600 Fast Fact: Minibus taxis run from the township outside Victoria Falls to Bulawayo in the very early
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Kapiri Mposhi
Population size: 303,263 Fast Fact: Because of its location as a crossroads, for both automobile roads and railway
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Lusaka
Population size: 2,330,200 Fast Fact: Taxis come in two colours - sky blue, and a light grey, and are usually
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Dar es Salaam
Population Size: 4,364,541 Fast Fact: Tanzanians seem to value arriving quickly more than arriving safely ('Mungu akipenda, tutafika' - If
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The Afrikanist in Motion project wishes to capture the emotions of this rich collection of commuter stories.

The inaugural Cape to Dar leg will be the first episode in telling this story. Through this rich visual journey we hope to introduce a whole new generation of youth to the idea of using public transport to explore, discover and celebrate this continent of Africa.