In Forbes Africa in June, we find the billionaires of tomorrow who will create the jobs and wealth that Africa needs. This is the 2016 FORBES AFRICA home-grown 30 under 30 list. It’s 40 years since the Soweto uprising; two of the angry young men that marched on the day of horror tell their stories. Billionaire Johann Rupert talks about the family tragedy that inspired him to create one of the jewels of South African wine. Trevor Noah is battling against falling ratings and skeptical viewers; but the precocious funnyman, who grew up tough in Soweto, is up for the fight. As Euro 2016 kicks off, many European countries will rely on African stars to help lift the trophy. All this and more in Forbes Africa in June.
In the June/July issue of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, Thuli Madonsela, the courageous Public Protector, is on the cover. She tells us why, despite the death threats, she never backs down when fighting for people’s rights, and what she plans to do when her term ends this year. Then, Geraldine Fraser Moleketi’s top job at the AfDB is a loss for South Africa but a gain for the rest of the continent. Female inmates tell us about life inside a prison and the skills they are learning to turn their lives around. Plus, we speak to an African woman who is favourite to win an Olympic gold medal later this year and some who were winners in the past. All this and more insights on this season’s trends, travel and fashion, in the June/July issue of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, on shelves now!
The second edition of Forbes Life is here with the touching father-and-son story of Africa’s greatest jazz legend Hugh Masakela. We look at how to make it as a beer baron in Africa – from scratch. Blogging in Africa is different to the United States, it can kill you. Also, Gary Player tells us how he rose from humble beginnings to become the Black Knight.