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Destiny Man Jul/Aug 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

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South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ndalo Media (PTY) Ltd
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long live nelson mandela!

Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke once questioned the amount of power vested in the office of the State President. Speaking at the Mapungubwe Institute and the Thabo Mbeki Leadership Institute back in 2014, Moseneke recalled that when disputes arose over the apportioning of power during the constitutional talks in the 1990s, the negotiators were focused on incumbent head of state Nelson Mandela, and were perfectly happy to vest those powers in his hands. “Mandela would have done the right thing,” was the sentiment, said Moseneke.Indeed. As someone known to be honourable, just and incorruptible, Madiba could always be trusted to do what was best for the country. Since then, we’ve learnt the hard way that not all Presidents are like that. Some, alas, go rogue. “MADIBA WAS…

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winter-wise

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it’s a cover-up!

Jacquard woven jacket, R1 499, H&M Bomber jacket, R2 199, Zara Man Long cardigan, R179, MRP Woollen coat, R3 327, Trenery Jacket, R1 999, Zara Man Duffel jacket, R2 182, Woolworths STOCKISTS: •H&M, 011 592 3200, WWW.HM.COM/ZA •WOOLWORTHS, 0860 022 002, WWW.WOOLWORTHS.CO.ZA •ZARA, 011 302 1500, WWW.ZARA.COM ■…

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winter fashion statements

Mountie raw hat: Add a pop of colour and flair to your casual wardrobe with this piece. It’s for the fashion-forward man and is best worn with jeans.MOUNTIE RAW HAT, R599, SIMON & MARY Beanie:Made for cold weather, this is a must-have item – it’s both functional and fashionable. You can pair it with a casual outfit or even with a smart outfit. Just be sure to choose the right style: a simple, knitted beanie in a neutral colour ensures a sophisticated and understated look.BEANIE, R179, H&M Beret:This is a retro-inspired, timeless hat that’s fitting for all occasions.FEDORA, R699, SIMON & MARY Flat cap: This is a great item for all ages as it adds a trendy, quirky touch to both casual…

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5 things nelson mandela taught me

Simon T Bailey has a free ebook for you. Simply visit: simontbailey.com to submit your email address and he’ll send it to you. Leading SA out of apartheid, Mandela displayed strength, dignity, conviction and bravery. He stood up for his beliefs, even when it cost him his freedom. While imprisoned, he supported his fellow convicts throughout his lengthy sentence, despite the harshness of their living conditions, brutal warders and limited contact with their families. DON’T LIMIT YOUR BRILLIANCE Mandela said: “There’s no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that’s less than the one you’re capable of living.” This quotation has inspired me enormously. As an entrepreneur, I’ve learnt never to settle. No sooner do I reach a big milestone than I immediately set…

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a tough act to follow

Aubrey Matshiqi Aubrey Matshiqi is an independent political analyst and commentator. Madiba wasn’t alone in prison. He was with many other freedom fighters who’d been sentenced to life for crimes against the crime of apartheid. Imprisoned with them all were the lamentations of an oppressed people who’d been dreaming for decades of a society that would be the antithesis of apartheid socially, politically, economically and morally.With the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President of the African National Congress (ANC) and as head of state, SA seems to be going through another Mandela moment. A new dawn is upon us and the high levels of optimism about Ramaphosa’s “messianic” powers are understandable, given the decade of ignominy of Jacob Zuma’s reign.That period reminds me of the novel Darkness at Noon…

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