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New African Magazine

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6 issues per year.
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Current Issue

MAY-JUN,  released 06/05/2022
(6 in stock)
inc. p&p to United Kingdom
Next Issue: JUN-JUL, Due:03/06/2022
A well established, highly informative and influential pan-African international current affairs magazine, New African has been covering the most critical world issues and politics from an African perspective for 46 years.

Written in a clear, intelligent and well informed manner, New African magazine covers the latest world news and on-going current global affairs, with a focus on what they mean for Africa. There is in-depth analysis of important political, social and economic issues within Africa as well, alongside well-written reflections, guest columns from leading writers and coverage of sport, literature and the arts.

Buy a single copy of NEW AFRICAN or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

The African perspective is sadly hugely underrepresented in the world of magazines and news, so it is with great pleasure that we are able to bring you New African, the best-selling pan-African magazine in the world.

New African isn’t afraid to ask the difficult questions, and brings a different perspective to the table compared to what we in the UK might normally have experienced. It is only through viewing issues through the eyes of those they most affect that you can gain a true understanding of what they actually mean.

The magazine itself is an example of really good journalism, with in-depth reporting on some of the most troubled areas of Africa, as well as positivity about the things that have been achieved within the continent. Frankly we think that gaining the ability to understand how others see things is something that should be taught at school – if we are to ever be able to see the world as a whole rather than as a fractured set of countries and boundaries, then we need to understand others. A copy of New African is a good start. NB


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