New African Woman

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The New African Woman, published in London, provides in-depth coverage of fashion and beauty, health and wellbeing, parenting and family, culture and the arts. It also features exclusive articles and interviews on high profile Black women personalities from both Africa and its Diaspora.

The magazine’s strength is that it purposely provides readers with an insight into Black women’s issues with a unique indigenous twist, in an intelligent, meaningful and inspirational manner.

The magazine also ably fills the glaring lack of coverage on eclectic Black women’s issues that go unreported in mainstream women publications worldwide. The New African Woman has a contemporary, evocative design and superb photography.

Latest issue

This edition's is Cover Star Anita Erskine - Ghana's answer to Oprah Winfrey in-the-making, leads the rallying call to sensitise all stakeholders on the importance of Africa celebrating empowered and inspiration women. The issue all so carries stories of women leading in fields that are routinely and erroneously not associated with female gender - Environment, Conservation and Insurance. Our regular fashion, hair and beauty pages are teeming with content that guides rather than imposes. With the Women's March upon us soon, the edition makes a great read for the season.

Subjects: Africa, Culture, Fashion, Health, Women

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The New African Woman, published in London, provides in-depth coverage of fashion and beauty, health and wellbeing, parenting and family, culture and the arts. It also features exclusive articles and interviews on high profile Black women personalities from both Africa and its Diaspora.

The magazine’s strength is that it purposely provides readers with an insight into Black women’s issues with a unique indigenous twist, in an intelligent, meaningful and inspirational manner.

The magazine also ably fills the glaring lack of coverage on eclectic Black women’s issues that go unreported in mainstream women publications worldwide. The New African Woman has a contemporary, evocative design and superb photography.

  • First Issue: First Issue: Issue 1 (Supplement in New African Magazine)
  • Latest Issue: Issue 41
  • Issue Count: 49
  • Published: Quarterly

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