In the last issue for 2017, CEO of Kwenta Media, Tumi Mdluli, shares exciting news with the Essays Of Africa magazine family.
Staying on trend with technology, Mdluli assures EOA readers that the most convenient access to their favourite content will be through EOA’s exciting new, interactive digital magazine, launching early in 2018. As you flip through the pages of our final print issue, you’re reminded of the Essays women who’ve led our journey from the front over the last two years, while we introduce you to the visions, journeys and struggles of new #Essayswomen – such as Ayanda Ncwane, who strives to live a passionate life after the devastating loss of her husband Sfiso.
The months of November and December mark the annual 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children, we explore how to get behind the rights of women and raise confident daughters in a patriarchal society, and encourage you to own your sexual satisfaction. Start the summer holidays off with a fashion statement, from retro to couture, before Mdluli reveals her best summer resort look. We highlight Kenya as a destination of choice for couples seeking a romantic getaway and present some of the season’s hottest entertainment and dining options.
Photographer: Gareth Jacobs