Africa’s most exciting magazine, Forbes Africa, is expanding its wings by announcing that it will soon launch Forbes Woman Africa.
“This monthly Pan-African publication will navigate the world of business for women, with features on the latest trends in the corporate sector and how its architecture speaks to women,” Forbes Africa management said this week.
It also said that Forbes Woman Africa will profile the trailblazers, game changers and pioneers among the women involved in business and the economy of Africa and the world.
“In line with this, it will feature the wealthy, powerful, influential and those women in business whose impact is felt long after they have come and gone.”
Former Business Day political editor, South Africa-born Karima Brown, will be the editor in chief of Forbes Woman Africa. Brown has also worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation for nine years, the bulk of which as the executive producer of current affairs at SAfm.