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New womens’ magazine, OSHO, launched in Namibia – looking for writers!

At work on OSHO... At work on OSHO... At work on OSHO...

OSHOOSHO meaning “that’s what it is” is a publication which falls under the Shonga group: www.shongagroup.com.

OSHO magazine is a lifestyle magazine for Women of Africa. The magazine communicates, celebrates and reflects the world of African women from all walks of life. Our readership is focused towards forward thinking African women who are are looking for change and growth. She is looking to network with other women, looking for a platform to help others, and to celebrate all aspects of what it means to be an African woman.

The third issue will be launched at the end of February 2009 at the official launch of the magazine. On the same day, additional initiatives will be launched including the Health and Beauty Sections, Finance, the OSHO book club and much more!

Thus far the magazine has received support from members of the public, partners working in the different sections as well as banks, advertising agencies and many more to whom we are very grateful.

The first OSHO contributors meeting was held on 7th February 2009 at Cafe Zinho.Many thanks to Zita for being such a gracious host! The meeting was held to introduce contributors to staff, begin brainstorming on themes for the next three months as well as to brief contributors on guidelines for submission of articles. Finally, contributors were given some feedback on focus group discussions and an opportunity to ask the research company what kind of information they need from readers.

To view pictures of OSHO magazine staff and contributors, pictures of the cover and much more please visit our page on facebook:OSHO Womens Magazine

For our next issue we are looking for writers from the following countries: Kenya, Rwanda and Zimbabwe. If you are interested in writing for us and are based in one of those countries please email the editor: editor@shongagroup.com

 

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  • <a href="http://helenmoffett.book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Helen</a>
    Helen
    February 23rd, 2009 @11:10 #
     
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    I like the sound of the book club! I've forwarded this link to writers in the countries you mention...

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