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Auditions and screening for the upcoming AfricanKeves magazine kicked off at the Fnb Bank City in Johannesburg with a group of more than 20 aspirant models down the ramp. I the wake of Gender Based Violence, The Pan African magazine aims at marketing and promoting ordinary hustling ladies to model native mostly black-owned African brands showcased across the rest of the African continent. The mag gives plus sized ladies a modeling and opportunities platform. A strategy that is deemed to pay off in the foreseeable future.
The guidance and leadership of Thabo Nxumalo who is the Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of the magazine deserves an applaud. The brains behind the concept, Nxumalo stated that after going around the country scouting for talented curvy ladies, sexy talented individuals have emerged as magazine finalists. “We have three categories of keve ladies which are platinum, gold and diamonds, so selected finalists will serve as ambassadors for communities and magazine”. Added Nxumalo. He added that the magazine is for curvy women who are up to date in both style and attitude, confidence, engaged and interested in exploring the world around them.
This collaborative effort of many dynamic individuals involved in the establishment of the magazine have already created a revolutionary impact around the concept.
Set to launch this August, keves magazine will provide readers with narrated profiles on a broad range of biographical and human interest topics. More than 20 thousand copies of the first edition are billed for print and distributed throughout the continent. AfricanKeves magazine will be the latest glossy on the market, with what has been described as the biggest women’s curvy magazine launch in the history of the country.
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