African Mirror inc. reflects on important issues relevant to the growth of our people and our economic well-being. Its uniqueness is in its portrayal of South Africa within an African context within a global context, employing cutting edge design, layout and exclusive and erudite editorial.


This desirable business-to-business publication has an indefinite shelf-life and phenomenal pass on readership. Quarterly, this publication is the premier marketing tool for our nine endorser organisations, and for its relevance, efficacy and good looks, African Mirror inc. is distributed to 125 Embassies and Trade missions worldwide by The Dept. of International Relations and Co-operation.


Communicating to an influential and affluent corporate audience, every edition of African Mirror inc features: Interview with a South African Ambassador abroad and a travelogue on the country; Finance; Endorser opinion; Taste, Style & Ubuntu; Creating Creative People; The Arts; Tourism; People; Technologic; Conferences & Events; Earth Matters; Motoring and Food for thought (a book review).


Brand new; starting Summer 2013 two new segments, namely African Mirror inc. - FILM and African Mirror inc. - ENTERTAINMENT, servicing these two industries that are vital to our GDP and job creation.




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Unveiling of Glenmorangie Pride 1981


CAPE TOWN - We have just experienced and tasted the official South African unveiling of Glenmorangie’s most exquisite creation to date, Pride 1981, in the Library of the Cape Grace Hotel.


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Impossible for Children to Access Public Information

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MBABANE - Many public officials in Swaziland do not think that access to information is a public right, but rather a privilege - which can be withdrawn at any time.


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This quarterly publication is endorsed by and distributed to:


  • AFRICAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

  • BUSINESS & ARTS SOUTH AFRICA

  • CONSCIOUSNESS COACHING

  • EARTHLIFE AFRICA

  • ETHICS INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA

  • LIFEBUILD

  • PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

  • THE FOUNDATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICA

  • THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCEMENT

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