Essays Of Africa magazine chats to the voice behind the ‘Amazulu’ hit, Amanda Black.
The young, self-proclaimed African rock star admits that the road hasn’t been easy, but being twice rejected on Idols SA didn’t stop her from pursuing her dream (see page 42 for more). We get personal with Letshego Zulu, as she talks about life without her late husband and sports star, Gugu Zulu.
EOA exposes the gross violation of human rights involved in human trafficking (page 58), explores how to network your way to the top using social media as a tool for recruitment, and encourages readers to practise self-love before compromising themselves for their partners.
With winter almost here, we show you how to hit a style hole-in-one on and showcase some of the season’s best beanies, berets and boots for protection from the cold, while our hair expert advises how to trade in your braids for faux locs.
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