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acon­cept was born from a pas­sion­ate de­sire to dis­pel the neg­a­tive per­cep­tions, which the world has held of the African con­ti­nent, and to re­place it with a pos­i­tive fo­cus. That con­cept took form in the cre­ation of the No­mad Africa mag­a­zine in 2012. No­mad Africa is an el­e­gant, lux­ury, Pan-African­ist mag­a­zine, tar­get­ing the tourism, travel, so­cial, po­lit­i­cal, cul­tural and busi­ness fields pre­vail­ing in Africa, op­er­at­ing out of Johannesburg, South Africa. No­mad Africa cel­e­brates life on the African con­ti­nent and pro­motes its vi­brant pulse through our Pan-African­ist ide­ol­ogy, to en­cour­age the solidarity of Africans world­wide. It aims to foster a strong in­ter­est in the con­ti­nent's cul­tural her­itage, unique tourist at­trac­tions and count­less busi­ness devel­op­ment and in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties, with the mil­lions of peo­ple liv­ing in, in­ves­ti­gat­ing or vis­it­ing Africa.

No­mad Africa in­spires and breeds a con­scious, knowl­edge­able gen­er­a­tion of vi­sion­ar­ies among our own, and in­flu­ences pos­i­tive per­cep­tions and ap­pre­ci­a­tion for the true worth of Africa world­wide. No­mad Africa in print is cir­cu­lated across the African con­ti­nent with subscription and dis­tri­bu­tion ab­so­lutely free. Made avail­able in VIP lounges of ma­jor in­ter­na­tional air­ports, some air­lines, four and five star ho­tels, spas and casi­nos, as well as lux­ury cruise lin­ers sail­ing around our coasts. These copies are free sou­venirs, dis­played and avail­able to guests to re­move and keep, adding fur­ther value to the venues’ ser­vices.

Place­ments: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Dur­ban, Mau­ri­tius and sev­eral North­ern African des­ti­na­tions. New dis­tri­bu­tion points will be sev­eral lo­ca­tions in Namibia, Nairobi in Kenya and Ac­cra in Ghana. Nu­mer­ous in­ter­na­tional dis­tri­bu­tion venues are be­ing ne­go­ti­ated, in­clud­ing Europe, the United States of Amer­ica, United King­dom, United Emi­rates and China.

The print mag­a­zine is in tan­dem with:

No­mad Africa e-zine which is pub­lished dig­i­tally and cir­cu­lated world­wide in a mo­bile friendly for­mat, which can be down­loaded, free-of-charge from our web­site. The No­mad Africa bi-monthly news­let­ter is sent to 65,000 sub­scribers in­ter­na­tion­ally, with the num­ber con­stantly grow­ing. No­madTV is the on­line dig­i­tal tele­vi­sion di­vi­sion of the No­mad Africa project. It reg­u­larly fea­tures in­ter­views with rep­re­sen­ta­tives of govern­ment and tourism boards across the con­ti­nent of Africa to show­case their unique of­fer­ings and des­ti­na­tions. In ad­di­tion, reg­u­lar videos of news­wor­thy in­ci­dences, dis­cov­er­ies and many other note­wor­thy oc­ca­sions in Africa are taped.

No­madTV is pop­u­larly em­ployed to cre­ate ad­ver­to­ri­als for our dis­tri­bu­tion part­ners and ad­ver­tis­ers. All our pro­duc­tions are show­cased on our web­site and the No­madTV Youtube chan­nel.

The No­mad Africa project has cre­ated a unique ad­ver­tis­ing plat­form for clients wish­ing to pro­mote busi­ness, in­vest­ments and aware­ness of their ser­vices and prod­ucts in Africa.

For more de­tails, how you can part­ner with us, or in­vest in this un­par­al­leled project, please e-mail us at: thep­ub­lisher@no­madafrica­mag.com or call

+27 11 052 4597 and we will gladly ar­range for a pre­sen­ta­tion.

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