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GQ South Africa December 2016 - January 2017

GQ South Africa is the first and last word on men's style. With access to some of the world's top photographers and writers, GQ offers professional men content that is entertaining and enlightening. Whether it's fashion, tech, business, Hollywood or investigative journalism, GQ covers it all with intelligence and imagination.

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Content Nation Media (Pty) Ltd
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11 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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are we done yet?

Another extraordinary year! We’re in the premier league of nations where crazy things happen at a staggering rate. Some of it is nonsensical, even laughable, but a lot of it is calculated and criminal. Imagine you’re the finance minister: one minute later you’re not; one day you’re facing fraud charges, the next you’re free to go. Imagine you’re a university student: one minute you’re learning, the next you’re in a fee-fallist free fall, having to unlearn stuff. Imagine you’re free, the next moment captured. Actually you don’t need to imagine that, it happened. Imagine for a moment you’re Brian Dudu Myeni-Molefe: one minute you’re rolling in the money and rolling it out to pals, the next minute you’re bust. But this year, with the astute help of the public protector,…

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contributors

A fine art graduate and fashion photographer based in New York, Swales is inspired by the extremes of beauty. His admiration for designers and model muses is evident in his work that celebrates clothing as an art form. Bulgarian by birth and human by persuasion, Borissov found his way into photography after a stint in corporate banking. He’s been living on the road since 2009, but spends most time in Paris, London and Cape Town. Roberts loves taking photos, whether it’s of strangers posing on a dance floor or in a studio surrounded by lights. He seldom leaves home without his camera, and enjoys the way pictures can change in meaning over time. At just 22, Oosthuizen has spent the past three years peering through his lens at music gigs, late-night events and…

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the hit list

WATCH THIS First they got the coke. Then they got the money. Now the Colombian cartels want the power. Let the drug wars begin. Enter Narcos, the true story of Colombia’s infamously violent and powerful drug cartels. If you haven’t yet become hooked to this gritty gangster drama series on Netflix, best you catch up. Warning: highly addictive. netflix.com WEAR THIS The limited edition Fifty Fathoms BathyscapheFlybackChronograph Blancpain Ocean Commitment II (BOC II) is quite a mouthful. But for each watch sold, Blancpain will donate €1 000 to support scientific expeditions to as yet uncharted depths of the deep blue sea. R224 800 at Swatch Group DRINK THIS It’s weiss, it’s nice. Carver’s Weiss was made by SAB before the takeover, so it’s a craft beer brewed in the German-style with proper ingredients. Drink it…

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this month on gq.co.za

ARE YOU ALL ABOUT THAT BASS? Choose one of these stylish speakers for your next pool party. FEATURING JT He has a sold discography of his own, but we count down the best songs on which Justin Timberlake features. THE FUTURE OF SPORTSWEAR Gone are the days of baggy tracksuits, dad caps and takkies. This is how you do athleisure right, for every day. BEAT THE HEAT From a classic Long Island Iced Tea to proper braai etiquette – we’ve got your guide to the summer. GET A MANICURE, MAN Your hands are one of the first things people notice about you. Make a good impression.…

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nicole meyer

Taking a chance to pursue your dreams is a bold step, but one that local model Nicole Meyer took after being spotted by a talent scout at the age of 18. She left her home town of Wellington, 70km outside Cape Town, for a life as an international model and has been blazing her way to the top ever since. ‘I am being present and appreciating what I have now’ With a number of magazine covers, international campaigns (most recently Police and Wonderbra) and fashion shoots under her belt, you’d be forgiven for thinking the bright lights would have gone to her head. But not Meyer, she is as down to earth as they come, and credits the hard work she’s put in. ‘I have realised so many dreams and hopes. I never…

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a man for the big occasion

Kagiso Rabada entered the public consciousness as a teenager when he mowed down six Australian batsmen in the semi-final of the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Following his man of the match performance of 6/25, the fast bowler went on to play a big role in SA’s tournament triumph. Two years later and Rabada is at it again, hammering the Australian senior team and becoming the first player to scoop six awards at the South African Cricket Awards after a stellar season in all three formats of the game. South Africa’s Cricketer of the Year has become the country’s hottest sporting commodity. The affable 21-year-old from Jo’burg appears to be taking the fame and adulation in his stride. He spoke to GQ about his rapid maturation as both a cricketer and a…

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