The magazine has delivered that every two months for the past five years and is finally going monthly from the September 2014 issue!
The July-August 2014 issue of Destiny Man
features leading radio personalities Tim Modise, Bob Mabena and Gareth Cliff on the cover.
This issue also celebrates individuals like South Africa's youngest doctor, Sandile Kubheka; and Peter Tshisevhe, who only put on his first pair of shoes as a 16-year-old, but is now Founder and Chairman of Tshisevhe Gwina Ratshimbilani Corporate & Commercial Attorneys, the largest Level 1 BEE corporate and commercial law firm in South Africa.
Other key features to look out for include:
- Report: Faultlines Underground - South Africa's economy might have been founded on the mining industry, yet recent labour unrest cast a spotlight on a sector that's desperate for reforms and stakeholder collaboration.
- Health Notes: Are you a workaholic? - Working hard is a necessity for getting ahead - but there's a difference between working to live and living to work. Destiny Man offers tips to help you maintain a healthy work-leisure balance.
- Powerhouse Q&A: Mteto Nyato, Microsoft SA MD Nyato has been at the forefront of the evolution of technology in this country for two decades. He talks to Destiny Man about his business journey.
For these articles and more, get your July-August 2014 issue of Destiny Man
now on shelf. You can also subscribe to the magazine at: www.destinyman.com
Posted on 19 Jun 2014 09:20