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COVER FABNESS!!!! Dr. Precious Moloi Motsepe Rocks Lovely On the NEW AFRICAN WOMAN MAGAZINE Cover!

Filed under : Africa, Entertainment, Fashion

South African businesswoman, fashion powerhouse (she is beyond mogul) and philanthropist, Dr.Precious Moloi-Motsepe graces the cover of the February/March 2012 New African Woman magazine.

In the issue, New African Woman mag talks to Dr. Precious about the importance of the business side of fashion, God-fearing family values, her love for books and why African women are “powerful beyond words“…#loveherlongtime!

2011 Miss Universe, Leila Lopes is also on the cover of the magazine which the debuts as the magazine’s DOUBLE-COVER bi-monthly editions.

In this issue, the reigning Miss Universe, who is from Angola, talks about her beauty (she is dark & lovely y’all) and she had this to say:

As an African woman, I feel blessed that I can show the world the true beauty of my continent

Love her already! Go girl…


South Africa’s uber fabulous, talented and very chic songstress, Lira is profiled in this month’s edition.

Lira’s full length 14 song album, Feel Good was released January 31st (2012). Below is the track listing:
1. “Feel Good” (new mix)
2. “Rise Again”
3. “Typical”
4. “Ixesha”
5. “Call Me”
6. “Abba”
7. “Believer”
8. “Love To Love”
9. “With My Eyes”
10. “Valley Of Darkness”
11. “Phakade”
12. “Be My Friend”
13. “Stay In My Company”
14. “Soul In Mind”

Make sure you cop your copy of Lira’s latest project! She is amazing. Love her song, “Phakade“….

The magazine also goes in the fashion & design of Vlisco made up of a mixed team of mostly Europeans. One guy in the team is part part Nigerian, part British. The design team has strong DNA principles when it comes to design:

Appeal to Africa & its people. This has to be contained and always visible in all our designs.

farai – who has written posts on Farai Today.

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  • Anonymous

    Hi, which retailers can I get the magazine from. Surprisingly I’ve never seen it before, looks like it might just become a favourite!