Jabulani Dhlamini (born in Warden, Free State, South African in 1983) is a South African photographer who lives and works in Johannesburg. Dhlamini majored in documentary photography at the Vaal University of Technology. From 2011-2012, Dhlamini was a fellow of the Edward Ruiz Mentorship at the Market Photo Workshop. His Umama series was exhibited at the Market Photo Workshop in 2012, and at Goodman Gallery Cape Town in 2013. In this series, Dhlamini pays homage to single mothers and explores the challenges faced by women raising children on their own in South African townships. For his Recaptured series, which was exhibited at Goodman Gallery in 2016, Dhlamini turned to the community of Sharpeville, asking people to bring objects that reminded them of the 1960 massacre. In 2018 Dhlamini’s work was featured on the Five Photographers, A Tribute to David Goldblatt group exhibition at the Gerard Sekoto Gallery at the French Institute.