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Destiny ManDestiny Man

Destiny Man

Nov/Dec 2018

DESTINY MAN was launched by Ndalo Media in June 2009 by Khanyi Dhlomo and her team. It is the only men’s magazine in the country that combines compelling business content with fashion, grooming and lifestyle. DESTINY MAN is aimed at accomplished, self-assured, affluent, stylish and business-minded South African men. Website: www.destinyman.com

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ndalo Media (PTY) Ltd
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and so i face the final curtain...

IT’S BEEN A PRIVILEGE WORKING WITH THE PROFESSIONAL AND DEDICATED TEAM WHO BRING THIS MAGAZINE TO LIFE. You know the end of the year is upon us when Jingle Bells creeps into every second radio and TV advert and shop windows are adorned with glitter. A tumultuous year has swept by like a hurricane and now it’s time to count the cost of the ruins in its wake.Just a few months ago, President Cyril Ramaphosa proclaimed: “Thuma mina!” It was no doubt with the best intentions that he promised SA a new dawn. However, the extent of the havoc wreaked by his predecessor’s state capture project has been laid bare. The nation’s had to swim upstream amid spiralling costs, a failing economy and an all-time low in unemployment.However, there’s…

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looking good!

STOCKISTS: •DASH DOT, WWW.DOT SHADES.COM •GERI BOUTIQUE, 011 783 2814, WWW.GERI.CO.ZA •SUNGLASS HUT, 021 486 6129, WWW.SUNGLASSHUT.CO.ZA •SUPERFINE, WWW.SUPERFINE.WORLDPHOTOGRAPHER: JUDD VAN RENSBURG. FASHION ASSISTANT: KATLEGO MONTOEDI. FASHION INTERN: NTOMBI LESHABANE ■…

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go-to bags

STOCKISTS:•AERONAUTICA MILITAIRE, 011 784 1831, WWW.AURONAUTICAMILITAIRE COLLEZIONEPRIVATA.IT/EN •FRASERS, 011 784 7544, WWW.FRASERSLUGGAGE.CO.ZA •SAMSONITE, 031 266 0620, WWW.HOUSEOFSAMSONITE.CO.ZA •TUMI, 011 783 4636, WWW.TUMI.COMPHOTOGRAPHER: JUDD VAN RENSBURG. FASHION ASSISTANT: KATLEGO MONTOEDI. FASHION INTERN: NTOMBI LESHABANE ■…

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build a second career

n today’s work economy, your ability to connect with and influence others will be what sets you apart – regardless of your industry or job title.The example of Willie Johnson (pictured below)has plenty to teach us. For years, he was a successful trainer at a Fortune500 company. He was great at presenting relevant content and teaching others how to do the various tasks related to their jobs. However, he didn’t always develop and incorporate “stories” into his work, as he simply didn’t have the time.During the economic downturn of the early 2000s, Johnson witnessed many of his fellow Baby Boomers lose their jobs. He saw the terrible toll this took on them emotionally and began to consider how his life principle of “possibility thinking” could help.In 2006, he started…

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the politics of recessions

(GALLOIMAGES/GETTYIMAGES/ALAMY) Khaya Sithole is an accountant, an academic and a social activist. Capitalism, like democracy, has been accepted as the best compromise simply because its alternatives have failed. But perhaps a curious relationship between capitalism and democracy has emerged since then. Having enjoyed unprecedented success in boosting the wealth of nations since the end of World War II, capitalism managed to survive crises that threatened to undermine its legitimacy. But 2008 was unique in that the world was far more globalised and interconnected than it had ever been. Enter the global recession. Sadly – and somewhat surprisingly, ahead of a general election – opposition parties have gradually retreated from holding the state to account. The tentacles of capitalism were so pervasive that no nation was spared the consequences of…

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no gold watch for you

(GALLOIMAGES/GETTYIMAGES/ALAMY) I n 1994, at the age of 60, my grandfather retired from the company he’d worked at for almost 30 years. He was given a farewell party, a handshake and the obligatory gold watch. His long years of service, loyalty and dedicated work ethic were matters of pride and things his generation aspired to.These days, there isn’t an employee or entrepreneur who believes they’ll be in the same business for anything like 30 years. The world has changed and, with it, the way employment works. The industries of yesteryear were built to support lifelong employees whose life expectancy was much shorter than those of today. With the proliferation of mobile devices, cheap-to-free Internet and web-based employment platforms, we’re seeking brief working lives and multiple revenue streams. Enter the Gig…

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