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Ndalo Media presents its first edition of Elle Decoration magazine, now a monthly publication!“Homes are not only extensions of our minds, but also the habitats of our souls. The way we style them speaks to the way we view the world, ourselves and each other.” These are the words referenced by Ndalo Media founding CEO and now Publisher of the Elle Decoration brand Khanyi Dhlomo. Having launched 10 years ago with the sole purpose of positively impacting lives and by so doing, affecting impactful change in in the way people view themselves and the world around them, Ndalo Media is proud to officially present the first issue of Elle Decoration magazine under its banner. 2 Aug 2017 Read more

The future of mentorship is here with Ndalo Media's new free platform!Ndalo Media is proud to announce the official launch of MentorFeed - a free, multi-faceted personal development platform that provides affordable resources, practical information and skills that enable users to dream bigger and grow further. The platform, which already has active engagement across its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms, launches when Ndalo Media celebrates 10 years of positively impacting lives through informative, compelling and engaging content and experiences. 1 Aug 2017 Read more

Ndalo Media presents its first edition of Elle magazine!Love is what brought us here. Those are the words referenced by Ndalo Media Founder and CEO and now Publisher of Elle magazine, Khanyi Dhlomo. Having launched Ndalo Media 10 years ago with the sole purpose of positively impacting lives, Ndalo Media is proud to officially present the first issue of Elle magazine published under the company. 26 Jun 2017 Read more

Ndalo Media secures the licences for the Elle brand - The world's number one fashion media brandNdalo Media is thrilled to announce that it has secured the licence for both the Elle and Elle Decoration media brands. The licence covers print, digital, events and other related media brand extensions. The deal, which will see the publishing house take over the licence from Isiko Media, will come into effect at the end of April 2017. The Elle media brand, which is owned by Paris-based Lagardère Active and published under licence by various prestigious publishers internationally, will be published by a 100% black-owned media company for the first time in its 21-year history in South Africa. 5 Apr 2017 Read more

Ogojiii hosts an exclusive launch for agencies and brand housesOgojiii magazine was launched to advertising agencies and brand houses during a business breakfast held at the Marion on Nicol in Bryanston, Johannesburg, on Wednesday, 27 July 2016. 29 Jul 2016 Read more

Ndalo Media launches book division the brand intelligent way"The ability to gain wealth from being a brand is secondary. By far the most important reason to measure and know your PBQ (Personal Brand Intelligence) is to understand your relationship to your personal influence." Timothy Maurice 24 Jun 2016 Read more

Arts come alive this June at Hyde Park Corner with Tony Gum and Nelson MakamoOn Wednesday night, Hyde Park Corner came alive with the launch of The Rotary Arts Festival #HPCRotaryArtsFestival, sponsored by Sanlam. Among the esteemed guests were media maven and Fashion Editor for Destiny and Destiny Man magazines, Asanda Sizani, artist-entrepreneur Nelson Makamo, Morning Live anchor Leanne Manas and the co-hosts of SABC1's The Real Goboza, Phat Joe and Amanda du Pont. 7 Jun 2016 Read more

Destiny and Destiny Man, in partnership with Old Mutual bring you the 2016 Good Schools Report"Good quality education sets the foundation for South Africa's children to flourish and do great things... It's ultimately the decisions you make as a parent that will determine the quality of your children's education." - Ntombekhaya Tisani of Old Mutual 6 Jun 2016 Read more

Destiny Man celebrates the colours of an African artist this #youthmonth"It has been 40 years since the momentous events of 1976. We join the rest of the nation in paying tribute to the class of '76... We [now] live in a country where young people can actually conquer the world and realise their dreams. In this issue, we introduce you to the wonderful world of Nelson Makamo... [who is] crafting a legacy of his own, one brush-stroke at a time" - Destiny Man Editor, Thabiso "TT" Tema 27 May 2016 Read more

Destiny celebrates Africa's youth in Tony Gum style"Tony Gum tackles self-identity in a way that reclaims the black female body in a proud, often retro African aesthetic." - Destiny Deputy Editor Sheena Adams 26 May 2016 Read more

Sawubona wins big again!Ndalo Media, publisher of South African Airways' (SAA) Sawubona magazine is thrilled to announce that the publication has been named Africa's Leading In-flight Magazine at the World Travel Awards™ for the second year in a row! The World Travel Awards organisation is London-based and recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of quality. It acknowledges and celebrates excellence across all key sectors of the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. 12 Apr 2016 Read more

Ndalo Media to publish Mall of Africa's magazineNdalo Media, publisher of Destiny and Destiny Man's print and digital publications, is proud to announce that it will be publishing the Mall of Africa's quarterly magazine. The first issue will be available at the end of April 2016, to coincide with the anticipated launch of the mall. 16 Feb 2016 Read more

Destiny Man welcomes new editorNdalo Media is proud to announce the appointment of Thabiso "TT" Tema as the new editor of Destiny Man, effective from 1 February 2016. 26 Jan 2016 Read more

Ndalo Media launches AthariIn celebration of excellence, Ndalo Media is proud to announce the launch of Athari Concepts & Events, the quintessential events curation and management agency. 21 Aug 2015 Read more

Destiny celebrates women prioritising themselves this August"Change your life today. Don't gamble on the future." Simone de Beauvoir 18 Aug 2015 Read more

Destiny Man acknowledges the value of women in a man's world"There are many things my father never taught me, but I'll never blame him for my shortcomings... it's now my responsibility as a father to teach my son how to become a man... With the abuse of women and children posing a threat to SA's moral fibre, every father should be teaching his son to nurture the most vulnerable members of our society." - Mzo Witbooi, Editor: #DestinyMan magazine 17 Aug 2015 Read more

Sawubona magazine launches blogNdalo Media is proud to announce the launch of #SawubonaBlog: - the online extension of Sawubona magazine, voted Africa's Leading In-flight Magazine at the 2015 World Travel Awards. 27 Jul 2015 Read more

Sawubona wins big at the World Travel Awards!Ndalo Media's mantra is to positively impact lives: providing useful, impactful and inspiring content is our primary aim. We're thrilled to announce that as a result of this commitment to excellence, Sawubona - the in-flight magazine for SAA published by our company - was voted Africa's Leading In-flight Magazine 2015 at the recent World Travel Awards™. 2 Jul 2015 Read more

Destiny, in association with Old Mutual, releases its annual Good Schools ReportIn the spirit of Mandela Month, we celebrate education this July in partnership with Old Mutual as we release our annual Good Schools Report. It was Madiba himself who said that it isn't beyond our power to create a world in which all children have access to good education. 24 Jun 2015 Read more

Destiny Man celebrates six years of bold and distinguished success"The culture of excellence runs through our veins as we constantly try to outdo ourselves [and] like fine wine, we'd like to age well along with you... There's great value in being a distinguished gentleman. Not only does your reputation precede you, but you also have no point to prove. It all starts with a vision to inspire change for the betterment of humanity," Mzo Witbooi, Editor of Destiny Man. 23 Jun 2015 Read more

Destiny upholds the value of education in shaping your future!This July we celebrate the power of education. 22 Jun 2015 Read more

Destiny Man ignites the youthful fire in the bold, distinguished menIn the spirit of Youth Month, this June Destiny Man celebrates two elements that keep passion and youthfulness burning in a man: music and digital platforms. 28 May 2015 Read more

Destiny Man - getting bolder and even more distinguished!As a publication that's been offering practical business and lifestyle content for bold, distinguished and independently minded men since July 2009, Destiny Man developed itself as a household name under the leadership of former Editor, Kojo Baffoe. Like every brand that's in the business of creating its own destiny, a season of renewal is necessary to keep Destiny Man top of mind, in touch with business and lifestyle trend and relevant to its diverse reader base. 27 May 2015 Read more

Destiny elevates career women on the move this JuneIn the spirit of Youth Month this June, Destiny celebrates what a 21-year-old nation can offer women actively involved in the pursuit of realising their destiny through executive educational courses and programmes. 26 May 2015 Read more

Destiny Man magazine celebrates Africa's textured growth journeyThis month, Destiny Man celebrates Africa with the Africa Issue and it goes without saying that Africa's wealth lies in it's proverbial wisdom. 28 Apr 2015 Read more

Destiny magazine celebrates the women leading the Africa rising narrativeThere is power in moving forward, regardless of the challenges. Africans continue to prove the naysayers wrong by being examples of the African proverb, "If you want to walk fast, walk alone, if you want to walk far, walk together." ` 23 Apr 2015 Read more

Destiny Man tackles the Lotto and talks to one of the youngest leaders in broadcastingIf you've ever played the Lotto, chances are, you didn't win anything. Unless you beat the 2,3 million-to-one odds and won the jackpot, you've probably wondered where your money went to. The National Lottery distributes some of the takings to winners, but also to qualifying organisations. However, the decision as to which organisations get to benefit is marred with controversy. 28 Jan 2015 Read more

Actress and direct-selling beauty industry entrepreneur Gail Mabalane graces the cover of Destiny!Gail is best known for her roles as a leading lady in The Wild and Rockville, but two years ago she embarked on a different journey, that of becoming an entrepreneur. In the February issue of Destiny, she shares her challenging journey towards fulfilling her dream. 19 Jan 2015 Read more

Destiny Man bids farewell to Editor Kojo BaffoeAfter four years at the helm of Destiny Man, Kojo Baffoe is bowing out to pursue other business interests. Under his editorship, Destiny Man, a business and lifestyle magazine for men, has grown from being an alternate-monthly publication to a monthly one. 4 Nov 2014 Read more

Entrepreneur with a spiritual difference, Zanele Mbokazi!Zanele Mbokazi is best known as a TV presenter and former radio DJ, but what most do not realise is that in the process, she has also built up a multi-million-rand PR company, Mirror PR & Events. This ground-breaking gospel industry entrepreneur graces the cover of the October issue of Destiny magazine. 26 Sep 2014 Read more

Meet Dr Anna Mokgokong and her R18bn-a-year empire!For the past seven years, Destiny magazine has brought readers engaging and powerful women who've taken advantage of what the dawn of democracy brought economically, Dr Anna Mokgokong is one such woman. Dr Mokgokong's business empire has sizeable turnover of R18bn a year. 18 Aug 2014 Read more

Destiny magazine's annual curated list of South Africa's top-performing public and private schools!For the past five years, Destiny magazine readers have looked forward to receiving their annual list of SA's top private and public schools as curated by Destiny magazine and this year is no different. 21 Jul 2014 Read more

Destiny Man celebrates five years of being bold and distinguished!Destiny Man was launched into a cluttered magazine market five years ago, promising a fresh perspective on all business and lifestyle issues affecting the modern South African man. 19 Jun 2014 Read more

Destiny Man celebrates the man who went from taxi driver to Telkom's chairmanThe May-June 2014 cover of Destiny Man features Jabu Mabuza, the man who wears many hats, both literally and figuratively. Mabuza is the chairman of parastatal, Telkom as well as the chairman for Business Unity South Africa (BUSA). Besides these, he's also non-executive chairman of the Casino Association of South Africa (Casa), non-executive chairman of SA Tourism and deputy chairman of Tsogo Sun. With roles in such diverse industries, it's hard to believe that Mabuza doesn't have a degree and used to be a taxi driver. 13 May 2014 Read more

Destiny magazine celebrates Africa's energy, beauty and potentialIn the May 2014 issue with Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, Destiny celebrates the long overdue rise of proudly African aesthetic, in which woman of colour in the international modelling and entertainment industries are bagging lucrative beauty and fashion endorsement deals. 12 May 2014 Read more

Destiny celebrates 20 years of freedom!As South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy, Destiny marks this milestone by profiling four women who have carved significant roles in different industries over the past 20 years. Felicia Mabuza-Suttle, Connie Masilo-Ferguson, Sonja de Bruyn Sebotsa and Wendy Luhabe spoke to Deputy Editor Sheena Adams about their respective journeys, fears and hopes for the country. 19 Mar 2014 Read more

Basetsana Kumalo talks about the next chapter in her life: public serviceDESTINY magazines' March cover star, Basetsana Kumalo, was first thrust into the spotlight as Miss South Africa in 1994. Since then she's gone on to add mining magnate and production company boss to her credentials. Kumalo opened up to DESTINY's Eddie Kalili about a new chapter in her life: her involvement within ANC's structures as well as her political aspirations. 17 Feb 2014 Read more

Destiny in association with, Mazda brings you the Power of 40 eventsFormer head of FNB Private Clients, Basani Maluleke will be the guest speaker at the next Destiny Power of 40 event. 15 Oct 2013 Read more

As of April 2013 Ndalo Media, publisher of the popular business and lifestyle magazines Destiny and Destiny Man, will add Sawubona magazine to its growing list of contract publishing titles. Sawubona is the in-flight publication for award-winning carrier South African Airways and is distributed on all local and international SAA flights. 28 Mar 2013 Read more

Destiny magazine gets a new look!In line with Ndalo Media's goal to make Destiny an essential business and lifestyle companion for sophisticated women, the magazine revealed it's new look in the March issue. Whilst the redesign has been subtle, the content offering has been refined and much attention was paid to the magazine layout in order to improve the flow, coherence and reader usability. 26 Mar 2013 Read more

Ndalo Media, publisher of Destiny and Destiny Man magazines, will no longer publish the Youth and Graduate Entrepreneurship Development programme (Y-Age) magazine. 12 Mar 2013 Read more

Not just another pretty face - Bonang Matheba is pretty good at business tooFor Bonang Matheba trading on her looks alone was never going to be enough. The newest Top Billing presenter graces the cover of the March 2013 issue of Destiny magazine. 19 Feb 2013 Read more

Destiny Man talks to Mfundi Vundla, the man behind South Africa's longest running TV soapieFebruary 2013 marks 20 years of existence for South Africa's longest-running soapie, Generations. The man behind the TV soapie, Mfundi Vundla, is considered the godfather of South African soapies and graces the cover of Destiny Man's January/February 2013 issue. 6 Feb 2013 Read more

What's in the Mandela name?Nelson Mandela's granddaughters, Nandi, Tukwini and Adjoa, grace the cover of the February 2013 issue of Destiny magazine. They are continuing their grandfather's legacy thanks to a sage piece of advice he gave to them years ago. 4 Feb 2013 Read more

Destiny magazine profiles four women who are playing their part in advancing the natural beauty products industry in South Africa. It has been scientifically proven that chemicals found in many beauty and cosmetic products can result in allergies, skin irritations and even cancer in lab animals, yet there is no legislation against the chemicals being used in products. 20 Dec 2012 Read more

Women take control of their financesDESTINY's Personal Wealth Report takes a look at South Africans' financial situations - from those in debt to the top-enders. 18 Dec 2012 Read more

Happiness at work leads to increased productivity and confidenceIt is not surprising happiness at work is linked to increased productivity, a significant decrease in sick leave and increased confidence. 10 Dec 2012 Read more

From "Tsotsi" to mentor and visionary businesswomanTerry Pheto graces the cover of DESTINY's December 2012 issue. Since starring in the 2005 movie that won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Pheto has landed more leading roles in other important films such as Catch a Fire and Goodbye Bafana. 29 Nov 2012 Read more

Russell Simmons: Magnate with a mantra on the cover of Destiny ManDestiny Man's November-December issue transports its readers into "the zone" - the space where everything falls into place under the spell of the "magnate with a mantra". 13 Nov 2012 Read more

Destiny celebrates five years of inspiring business and lifestyle content!November marks the birthday month for South Africa's only women's business and lifestyle magazine, Destiny. To celebrate the occasion, 13 women grace the magazine's gatefold cover. Those featured include eight readers and five mentors: 2 Nov 2012 Read more

"With persistence, a vision and self-belief, you can be anything you want to be and can achieve almost anything," says Matthew Buckland, one of South Africa's leading Internet and media innovators. 4 Oct 2012 Read more

"Quintessential entrepreneur" to share success secrets with aspirational South AfricansHip-hop mogul and entrepreneur Russell Simmons is heading to South Africa. 1 Aug 2012 Read more

Destiny Man: Three and thriving!Destiny Man's third birthday issue underlines the bold and upfront editorial policy that's thrust the magazine into the forefront of SA's most successful publications. 2 Jul 2012 Read more

The first ever Destiny Forum will commence with internationally acclaimed speakers who will share their expertise with the forum's attendees. Dr Iyanla Vanzant, Thebe Ikalafeng, Phuthi Mahanyele, Kuben Naidoo and Marcus Buckingham will headline the entrepreneurial conference to be held in Johannesburg on 23 July 2012. 29 Jun 2012 Read more

Destiny Man's Kojo Baffoe gives tips on powerful presentations to Eastern Cape youthOn Saturday, 26 March, Kojo Baffoe, editor of Destiny Man magazine, took on a special mentoring role when he presented a workshop at the University of Fort Hare in Alice in the Eastern Cape. 5 Apr 2011 Read more

Build the foundations you need to achieve long-term networking success at the exclusive Destiny Man Power Dinner. 26 Aug 2010 Read more

Ndalo Media appoints new team on Destiny ManNdalo Media is upping the ante on its alternate-monthly men's business and lifestyle title Destiny Man, with the appointment of a new editor and features editor. 17 Aug 2010 Read more

To enable you to negotiate the rocky path to business success, Destiny - in association with FNB Women in Business - is bringing the popular Strategies for Entrepreneurs Workshop to Port Elizabeth. Attendees will enjoy a day filled with cutting-edge trends and tools from our market experts in business start-ups and tourism. 30 Jun 2010 Read more

Destiny Man celebrates strong first year, poised for future growthNdalo Media's Destiny Man magazine celebrates its first anniversary this July off the back of strong market growth and an ever-increasing advertiser and reader base, pointing to its unique ability to successfully tap into the needs of this previously neglected market. 22 Jun 2010 Read more

Monthly update: Destiny magazine May issue1. In this issue...
In an age when our lives are increasingly simplified - (some would say complicated!) - by ingenious technologies, the power of human endeavour seems to be obscured.
I'm always fascinated by the stories of successful entrepreneurs who exhibit courage, resourcefulness and determination. Some of them are featured in this issue's Entrepreneur Report; however, another striking example is that of supermodel and businesswoman Iman, whose IMAN Cosmetics range in SA Destiny is promoting, and who's featured in our Powerhouse Q&A.
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Monthly update: Destiny Man Magazine (May - June Issue)1. In the May-June 2010 issue of Destiny Man...
In the May-June issue of Destiny Man, we chat exclusively to Fifa boss Danny Jordaan on his career plans post-2010, as well as Softline Pastel founder Steven Cohen on how self-awareness can lead to success. We've also beefed up our sports section to include exclusive interviews with sporting greats like Dale Steyn. And, if you're an entrepreneur, our 32-page Entrepreneur Report will give you the tools you need to be great!
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Join Destiny for a VIP breakfast with Iman, international supermodel and beauty industry pioneer, and Founding Editor of Destiny and Managing Director of Ndalo Media, Khanyi Dhlomo. 8 Mar 2010 Read more

To enable you to negotiate the rocky path to business success, Destiny - in association with FNB Women in Business - is bringing the popular Strategies for Entrepreneurs workshop to Durban. Attendees will enjoy a day filled with cutting-edge trends and tools from our market experts in business start-ups, tourism and franchises. 5 Mar 2010 Read more

Khanyi Dhlomo honoured as WEF Young Global LeaderKhanyi Dhlomo, Managing Director of South African media house Ndalo Media, has been selected as a Young Global Leader for 2010 by the World Economic Forum - an honour which recognises the most distinguished young leaders under the age of 40 from around the world. 3 Mar 2010 Read more

SA's global beauty brand ambassadors star on Destiny's dazzling December coverDestiny magazine features the faces of six stunning South African women on the cover of its December issue as it explores the rise of local beauties assuming the role of international beauty brand ambassadors. 17 Nov 2009 Read more

Destiny celebrates second birthday, continues positive growthDestiny magazine, Ndalo Media's dynamic business and lifestyle publication, turns two this October. The birthday issue, which goes on sale this week, features leading businesswoman Wendy Luhabe on the cover, fabulous birthday wins placed throughout the magazine and an exciting new feature, Entertaining With, which kicks off with celebrity and entrepreneur Michelle McLean. 23 Oct 2009 Read more

Ndalo Media launches hip sport and lifestyle magazine for teensNdalo Media, publisher of the popular Destiny and Destiny Man magazines, has launched SportsTeen, an original, locally produced magazine. 17 Sep 2009 Read more

Destiny Man goes onlineNdalo Media has followed up the successful launch of its newest title, Destiny Man, with the introduction of an interactive online extension of the publication - 28 Jul 2009 Read more

Destiny Man launch issue now availableThe much-anticipated launch issue of Destiny Man, Ndalo Media's new alternate-monthly title for successful South African businessmen and professionals, has rolled off the presses and is now available at outlets across the country. 2 Jul 2009 Read more

Destiny Man is an alternate monthly publication aimed at accomplished, self-assured, affluent, stylish and business-minded South African men. 14 Jun 2009 Read more

The launch issue of SportsTeen hits the shelves on 16 September 2009. 2 Jun 2009 Read more

Destiny Strategies for Entrepreneurs workshops are monthly, starting in August 2009 and continuing until March 2010. These full-day workshops will be presented to groups of at least 100 attendees around the country, in: Nelspruit, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth and Durban. 1 Jun 2009 Read more

DestinyConnect is becoming one of South Africa's fastest-growing social networks! Launched in October 2008, DestinyConnect has grown month-on-month to become the leading online destination for entrepreneurs, businesspeople and professionals. Our aim is to encourage readers of Destiny and Destiny Man magazine to go online in a social networking environment where they can connect, offer support and empower themselves and each other. 1 Dec 2008 Read more