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Inside ESSAYS
a woman’s journey
of africa
SEPTEMBER 2016
cover stories
13REAL LIFE: A kidney
transplant gave me a
second chance at life!
Main fashion:
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Spring crush with the
hottest trends and style
statements.
46MY JOURNEY:
Regina Mary Ndlovu
reveals the realities of
albinism.
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ENTERTAINMENT
INTERVIEW: Richard
Lunkunku is an actor for
all seasons.
COVER STORY
Ntandoyenkosi
Kunene,South Africa’s
crowned ambassador.
people
features
54PROFILE: Lindiwe SangweniSiddo transforms South Africa’s
tourism and hospitality industry..
44CAREER: Create a
diverse-friendly office
environment.
columns
50NEWS REPORT: A look
at the privitisation of stateowned land.
48WOMEN’S NETWORK:
Nwabisa Klaas, founder of 3 Gen
Circle brunch conversations
11READERS’ CORNER: Dr Laverne
Asante lives a purpose-driven life.
12UNCOVERED: The beauty of
being selfish.
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GUEST BLOG: How fashion best
expresses our heritage pride.
66INNERMAN: Rev. TK Khumalo
explains why men can’t handle
strong women.
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42SELF-EMPOWERMENT:
Part Two: Listen to the
loud voices.
56RELATIONSHIPS:
Find love across social borders.
59SEX: Sex at any age.
61PARENTING: The
importance of oral health.
64HEALTH: The his and
hers of heart disease.
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ENTERTAINMENT
INTERVIEW
Richard Lunkuku, an
actor for all seasons.
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fashion
16FASHION NEWS
17SEXY 7: The best fashion products of
the month.
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MAIN BEAUTY:
Lips, nails and
scents.
SHOP LIKE AN EDITOR
24SHOPPING: Get a grip.
25SHOPPING: Flares & cutouts.
34SHOPPING: Spring florals.
35SHOPPING: Trinkets and time.
68MEN’S SHOPPING: Beyond
denim.
beauty
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BEAUTY INTERVIEW: Lebo
Mphela shares her passion for Malia
Nail Care.
73BEAUTY NEWS
74HAIR: Holiday hairstyles.
76SEXY 7: The best beauty products of
the month.
78MAIN BEAUTY: Lips, nails and
scents.
lifestyle
90DÉCOR STYLE: Go green.
93DÉCOR NEWS: Green & glam.
96TRAVEL: Five-star mini vacation spots.
102MOTORING: A car on a tight
budget.
104 MUSIC
105BOOKS
106TECH NEWS & APPS
107MOVIES & THEATRE
regulars
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ON LOCATION
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EDITOR’S LETTER
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CONTRIBUTORS’ PAGE
09
ONLINE UPDATE
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LETTERS’ PAGE
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SUBSCRIPTIONS PAGE
108SOCIAL SCENE: SDM Eyewear
109SOCIAL SCENE: BTTC Festival
110 HOROSCOPES
111 STOCKISTS PAGE
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REAL WOMAN:
Mal’stones owner
Asanda Mali is making
a name for herself in
the fashion industry.
COVER AND FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER: GARETH JACOBS. IMAGES: istock, popsugar.com.au, SUPPLIED BY STOCKISTS.
84FOOD & ENTERTAINING: 3SIXTY
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Deputy Managing Editor
Features Writers
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Fashion Assistant
Décor Writer
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Kati Dijane
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Peta Daniel, Taryn Little, Thina Mthembu
Tumi Mdluli
Tebatjo Manamela
Rhoda Davids
Contributors
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Kholiwe Nkambule, Wezi Njovu
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Gabriel Mashishi, Yusuf Msinyi
Dr Salifou Siddo, Busisiwe Mahlaba, Fazila Bizor, Lindelwa Isabelle,
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EOA ON LOCATION
THE
FACE OF
SOUTH
AFRICA
tandoyenkosi
K u n e n e
certainly
graces
our September cover,
with a little help from
photographer, Gareth
Jacobs. Make-up artist
Nomsa Madida worked
her magic to bring out
the best features of
our model, helped by
the stunning style
items
supplied
by
LaModa.
Fashion
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WORDS: TUMI MDLULI.
Ntandoyenkosi Kunene
is not only beautiful ;
she is smart and
ambitious, with a vision
to create change.
and
beauty
editor,
Tumi
Mdluli, took a
moment out of her
maternity leave to
oversee the operational
side of things, ably
assisted
by
Tebatjo
Manamela. Our thanks
go to Morrels Boutique
Venue in Northcliff,
Johannesburg, who
went
to
extra
lengths to host
the shoot. E
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ED’S LETTER EOA
h wow! How
time
flies
when you’re
having fun
engaging in
conversations and mindblowing dialogues. We have
almost spent two years
together. Thank you for
journeying with us!
Spring
triggers
a
fascination and appreciation
for the fashion and beauty
trends of our continent. It
is arguably the epitome of
fun and bright colours and
it’s breathtaking to witness
the pride, elegance and
confidence that is crafted
by designers in Africa, and around the world. Their talent
showcases diverse and unapologetic bright colour scheme
combinations. Fashion is about expessing your feelings freely,
and in this issue we unveil spring beauty and fashion trends.
My heart delights every time I see creative new African
designs incorporated by big fashion and beauty brands.
Being born and raised in Africa, it took me a while to
appreciate the essence of African fashion. For me, as a black
woman, the magic is not only the African print; all I needed
was unique, playful and affordable apparel. African print has
always been a fabric of elegance close to my heart and it has
been an African signature for all stylish Africans.
Last September, African prints were a highlight of all
international fashion shows. However, I thought it was just
a fad and gave it a shelf life. I believed it would soon be
forgotten. There is a gentle but significant new mood sweeping
through design houses and
it is inspiring to watch and
embrace the wispy tendrils
of fashion change in the
creative world in which we
live.
Africa has celebrated
a landmark year on the
catwalk. African prints
and designs penetrated
the global market and
transformed the fashion and
beauty landscape. African
designers have become
trendsetters for the world
to see and follow. No other
continent has produced
such enviable art.
Our pages overflow with
this year’s spring fashion and we dare you to rock your vibrant
prints and appreciate the beauty that is Africa.
IMAGE: KWENTA MEDIA.
FUNCTIONAL YET
CONTEMPORARY
AFRICAN DESIGNS
E SSAYS O F A F R I C A
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and Team EOA
Write to me at [email protected]
or find us on social media.
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EOA CONTRIBUTORS
Spring ESSENTIALS
TUMI MDLULI, Fashion and
Beauty Editor
TARYN LITTLE,
Features Writer
My spring essentials
include:
1. Allure perfume by Chanel
2. Revlon Color Stay
Foundation
3. Petroleum jelly
4. Eyeliner
5. Colour lip-gloss
My top five essentials are:
1. Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream For
My Lips
2. MAC NC50 Studio Fix
3. Essence Black Liquid Eyeliner
4. L’Oréal Infallible Fixing Mist
5. Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Oil Free Wipes
In their
RHODA DAVIDS,
Décor Writer
CARYN THANDI PETERSEN,
Features Writer
Beauty products you are
sure to find in my bag are:
1. Elizabeth Arden Eight
Hour Cream
2. Benefit Professional
3. Revlon Naughty Nude
Blush
4. Victoria Secret Tinted
Lip Balm
5. Rimmel Volume
Colourist Black Mascara
In this warm season I definitely
can’t live without:
1. Dermalogica Tinted Moisturizer
With SPF
2. Labello Lip Balm For Dehydrated
Lips
3. Pink MAC Lipstick to match the
season
4. A MAC Mineralize Bronzer for
my cheeks
5. Benefit Roller Lash Mascara
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WORDS AND IMAGES BY CONTRIBUTORS.
With longer days and warmer nights stretching
into the rest of 2016, we asked EOA contributors
to share with us their top five beauty essentials
in their cosmetic bags
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