Did you read the May issue of Be Afrika? We were out for a while due security threats on the site as stated earlier, so I couldn’t do the review on time.

I hope those who contacted me asking for the link to the issue shared with others. 

This is the best magazine in the market and am not even gassing it up. All the creatives struggling to shine some limelight on your crafts, your prayers have been answered. No other magazine features creatives whether upcoming or established like Be Afrika.

I could try to describe it, but they know best so here goes.

“What inspired you? This a question that everyone gets when they create something. No lie, can’t really put a finger on it. We’ve always wanted a magazine, but we needed to do something different. Then it came to us as we watched people we worked with in the creative industry struggle to get their work out there and make ends meet. So we started building this ‘US’ dream with a few key words in mind;

Discovering, Connecting, Collaborating Creatives.

“The point isn’t to start something new, but to optimize what already exists through collaboration”

BE Afrika Media Ltd was started with the mission to support creatives and play its part in building the industry. We are a content creating company that works as a creative collaboration, focusing on building brands and the creative sector in Africa. We have an interest in identifying, empowering and ensuring that creatives have an enabling environment to support their talent.

Be Discovered isn’t just a magazine, but a platform that supports creatives through visibility and information they wouldn’t normally find easily. Our goal is to turn the digital magazine into a resource that is easily accessible, diverse and does not discriminate no matter the location, person and financial position.

We craft our content to fit our unique audience or rebels, trendsetters, industry disruptors and the self-employed. Be Afrika is a platform that prompts interaction and consumption.”

For those who missed it, here is a snippet plus the link to the issue.

Be Afrika
Art of Fashion: Make Up Artist Mercy Bilha

Be Afrika

Be Afrika
Interview with Beata of the Ojwa Styling known for best styling in the industry

Be Afrika

Be Afrika

Be Afrika

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My name is Queen. This blog is a back love platform showcasing African fashion, beauty, art, lifestyle, opportunities, and Mental Health. I like to call it Africa through my eyes. These as well topics around the globe.


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