November Issue of the African Business Journal Now Online
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - George Media Inc. is pleased to announce the November issue of The African Business Journal is now available online at http://www.tabj.co.za/emag/2013/Nov/TABJ.php.
Our November issue looks at Durban, the largest city in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. We connect with the team at #ilovedurban (who have amassed over 100,000 ‘likes’ on Facebook since April) to bring you a comprehensive list of all things Durban: ‘where to buy property’, ‘where to eat’ and ‘what to do in surf city. We also meet up with East Africa Radio’s Phumlani Dube, a recipient of the Steve Biko scholarship and Sean Rogers at Know Africa tells us about Durban’s role in the business world as a port city.
The conversations continue as Rex Taylor writes a compelling first-piece account defending Kenya’s position following the Westgate terrorist attack and noted Industrialist and Philanthropist, Ivor Ichikowitz argues that in order for Africa to move forward, it needs innovation not trade or aid.
Plus Tanya Allen introduces us to a company you need to know, Skinny Laminx, who have used social media to turn their business into a global brand.
About The African Business Journal
The African Business Journal is a monthly digital magazine that offers readers a glimpse into major African industries, including: energy and resources, manufacturing, agriculture, property development, food & beverage, healthcare, technology & innovation and more through our in-depth Africa in Action profiles. We have an audited readership of over 350,000 C-level executives and business leaders across Africa, as well as those looking to invest in the continent. Additionally our website is within the Top 5 most visited magazine sites in Africa.
George Media Inc. is proud to promote African business nationally and to the world. For more information, visit our website at www.tabj.co.za.
(Marketwired – Oct. 16, 2013)