Destiny (magazine)

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Destiny
Khanyi Dhlomo, October 2008 cover of Destiny Magazine.jpg
Khanyi Dhlomo on the 1st anniversary edition of Destiny Magazine
Editor Khanyi Dhlomo (Founding Editor)
Ingrid Wood
Categories Business, fashion , lifestyle
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 31 091[1]
Publisher Media24
First issue October 8, 2007
Company Ndalo Media
Country South Africa
Website www.destinyconnect.com

Destiny is a monthly high-end business, lifestyle and fashion magazine for women. It is published in South African by Ndalo Media.

History[edit]

Ndalo Media is a print and digital media company that owns and publishes Destiny and Destiny Man magazines. It was founded by Khanyi Dhlomo in partnership with Media24 (under Naspers) and published the first issue of Destiny in October 2007.

Target audience[edit]

Destiny is aimed at women who either aspire to be or are actively engaged in business and who are 25–55 years old. The magazine combines business news (South African and global) with fashion, beauty, lifestyle, entertainment, health, travel and inspirational content.[2]

Destiny Man[edit]

Destiny Man is an alternate-monthly publication aimed at accomplished, stylish, affluent and self-assured South African men. It is the brother publication to Destiny. Destiny Man launched its first issue in July 2009, followed by its online extension in the same month.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Destiny Magazine". Magazines TM. Retrieved 5 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "About Destiny". Destiny Connect. Ndalo Media. Retrieved 5 May 2014. 

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