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The CA AWARDS Now Open For Nominations

CA award (CREATIVITY AWARD) recognises the creativity of Afro Caribbean talent globally.  The only award that celebrates and highlights Afro-Caribbean contributions in all sectors including; Sports, film, arts, enterprise, and careers.

The largest and most prestigious African award in the UK, past recipients include,  Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe (founder BUFF), Dele Momudu (publisher Ovation), Dr Alistair Soyode (founder BEN TV),Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi (renowned medical Doctor and lecturer ),  Akin Salami (Founder OHTV) , Pauline Long (Founder BEFFTA) and a host of others.

Elegibility:  Anyone of African or Caribbean heritage anywhere in the world with talent and making contributions in the sectors mentioned in the categories can be nominated .

Nomination: You can nominate yourself or be nominated by someone else. After nominations, the independent awards directors will go through the evidences and shortlist the finalists. Thereafter, voting commences. This year, the results are completely in the hands of the public.

 

Dinner: CA award 2016 will be held with a lavish 3 course dinner on;

Date: 19th of Nov, 2016

Time : 5.00pm – Arrivals, wine reception, red carpet , media and networking.

Venue: At Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London, SE1 2BY.

Independent Award Directors – To be announced on Monday June 20, 2016.

 

 

NOMINATE SOMEONE OR YOURSELF FOR A CA AWARD : 

http://www.chubmagazine.com/events

Celebration • TROPICS Magazine 5th Anniversary | Best Editorials of 2014

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11 March 2010 – 11 March 2015.

In one of our most read issues, Venicia Guinot, the Founder/Editor-in-Chief/Publisher of TROPICS MAGAZINE wrote, “There are a lot of magazines about fashion and lifestyle. TROPICS is NOT one of them. TROPICS is the first bilingual (English & French) magazine from Africa catering to the most powerful people on the planet today: the multi-racial community.” On this, our 5th anniversary, the time has come to reflect on this generation of global leaders, thinkers, movers, shakers and makers. These people, their companies, and their ideas have shaped the future we live in today. Below, we’ve gathered some profiles of the people we think “Pave The Way Forward” for the next generations.

SOME OF OUR BEST “TROPICS MAGAZINE” EDITORIALS…

SHUKLA BOSE • The woman who left a high-flying career to educate India’s poorest children.

Shukla Bose is the founder and CEO of the Parikrma Humanity Foundation, a nonprofit organization that runs English-medium schools for under-privileged children in Bangalore, India.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>>  Shukla Bose.

CHIDI OKOYE • The inspirational Artist & Poet.

Sculptor Chidi Okoye: A brief professional accomplishments of a well known Nigerian Artist based in Atlanta, Painter; modern African Artist, Poet and sculptor.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Chidi Okoye.

MALALA YOUSAFZAI • The young powerful figure from Pakistan.

Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Malala Yousafzai.

BARCLAY PAUL OKARI • The 22-year old Entrepreneur producing reusable sanitary pads for poor African girls.

Paul Barclay is a serial entrepreneur from Kenya who has developed washable sanitary towels. Paul realized that many women in his community were not in a sufficiently stable financial situation to allow them to continuously purchase packs of disposable sanitary towels. He assembled a team of inventors to develop a sanitary towel that could be reused. His venture, Impact Africa, manufactures inexpensive, washable sanitary towels that have the potential to allow thousands of women to re-allocate their monthly budgets to other needs.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Barclay Paul Okari.

DJ BLACK COFFEE • A night with Black Coffee in New York city.

Black Coffee is a South African multi award winning record producer and DJ. Black Coffee began his career back in 1994 and has released four albums and one live DVD under his Johannesburg based record label called Soulistic Music.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Black Coffee.

DAVID TLALE • The fashion genius from South Africa.

Over the past 10 years since David Tlale launched his brand in 2003 winning the “Elle New Talent in South Africa, and being noted as the Best Designer by the Sunday Times in South Africa, this award winning designer David Tlale has proven that he is indeed a design force with creations that go far beyond expectations

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> David Tlale.

ANGELA PLUMMER • The Creative Hair Artist per excellence.

Internationally Renowned Hair Artist Angela Plummer grew up in North London and started braiding hair at the tender age of ten at the time braiding was only a hobby, Angela never though that later on in life this would be her career. Angela’s creativity is expressed throughout her work which she describes as Artistic, Avant Garde and Bespoke over the years Angela has developed a very distinctive style of braiding.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Angela Plummer.

CLAIRE MAWISA • The South African pearl.

Born in Cape Town, 7 October 1978, Claire Mawisa spent her early years living in Gugulethu. At the age of 5 she and her family moved to Kenilworth. Many years later she would eventually leave this leafy Cape Town suburb to settle in Johannesburg. At 14 years old Claire was approached, at the Cape Town V&A Waterfront, by a model boss of one of South Africa’s most recognized model agencies and was asked if she would be interested in modeling. Claire’s mother needed some persuasion but in the end agreed to meet with the Topco Models boss, Lindsay Shuttleworth.
After signing with Topco Models, Claire was entered into the prestigious model competition, Cosmopolitan Model of the Year 1994, with the intent of familiarising her with the model/fashion industry. The novice model achieved the unthinkable and went on to win the competition, beating professional and established models. The gorgeous 15 years old became the youngest and the second black South African beauty to be featured on the cover of the local Cosmopolitan magazine.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Claire Mawisa.

GREY GOMEZ • The Model on Vogue from South Asia.

Playboy Playmate, FHM Model and Topmodel Grey Gomez in exclusivity for the world’s biggest bilingual Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine. The Photoshooting of the Playboy Playmate, FHM Model and Topmodel Grey Gomez was produced exclusively for Tropics Magazine in a team cooperation of Chili Palmers and one of the trendiest photographer of the Philippines Wesley Villarica together with the greatest Make-up artist of Asia Barbara Bennett and creative stylist Lia Quiteves Contreras and associate stylist Yukie

Santo at the Parallax Studio Makati, Philippines.

Executive Producer:
Chili Palmers
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Playboy Playmate, FHM Model and Topmodel:
Grey Gomez
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VIP, Fashion and Lifestyle Photographer:
Wesley Villarica
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Make up artist:
Barbara Bennett
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Creative Stylist:
Lia Quiteves Contreras
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Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Grey Gomez.

MAHLET SEIFU • The Ethiopian/Canadian Beauty Tropical Shoot

Our fashion editorial with Mahlet Seifu, the professional model based in Canada made our issue 52 a hit and a must-read edition. Mahlet is also the founder of Me.Tu Style, a fabulous fashion label that create beautiful purses and clutches.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>>  Mahlet Seifu.

CHRISTINA MENDEZ • The epitome of the new renaissance.

Christina Mendez is a New York City-based plus-size model and entertainment personality. The daughter of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Mendez was born on March 13, 1981 and raised in New York City. She is an alum of both Manhattan‘s Bayard Rustin High School for the Humanities and Morris Brown College in Atlanta.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>>  Christina Mendez.

SUZAN MUTESI • The African Fashion Designer who conquered Australia

Suzan Mutesi is an African Australian actress, model and fashion designer. She is also called as “The African Fashion Icon that Conquered Australian Fashion”. She has won an award as the African Fashion Designer of the year for 2012.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>>  Suzan Mutesi.

ADRIENNE NTANKEU • President of ANIDA FRANCE  in France & Albinism Activist.

Adrienne Ntankeu was born in April 1978 in Yaoundé, Cameroon. When she was 5, she was sent to France in her family because of her albinism. She had a tough childhood: she went through continuous humiliation and ill-treatment. She had help from social services at the age of 19. They gave her the opportunity to go back to Cameroon for 6 months to get to know her own family. She then started to understand how hard life is for Albinos in Africa. In 2011, she founded the association ANIDA because she was outraged by albinos massacres in Africa.

“I decided to fight – with the help of other associations – to help defend these people. I am just one in a million but I want to help my brothers and sisters all around the globe. I want to change mentalities and tell ignorant people that being an albino is not a stigma.”

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Adrienne Ntankeu.

FAITH KARIMI • A professional Media woman representing Africa at CNN

Faith Karimi is one of two Kenyans working at CNN, where she has been a newsdesk editor since 2009. She started her journalism career as a second-year university student by working for U.S. newspapers on a wide range of jobs — including editing, writing opinion pieces and working for the sports section. In 2002, she interned at The New York Times’ bureau in Nairobi. She also wrote a lifestyle column for The Standard (Nairobi) on life in the Diaspora.
Her reporting has won numerous awards such as a best columnist recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists. While in college, she was named a Chips Quinn Scholar twice — an honor awarded to student journalists who excel in academics.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>>  Faith Karimi.

DANUBIA SOUSA • THE BRAZILIAN “IT GIRL” IN LONDON

Danubia is a brazilian-born model now well established in London. Modelling from an early age in Brazil and participating in competitions such as Elite Model Look and Miss Tourism World, she is now an experienced catwalk model regularly appearing in London fashion week for designers such as Danny TangFashions Finest and The Lingerie Collective for Fashion TV in recent years. She has featured in shows for Youssef Kamoun at Birmingham fashion week, Aveda, Bastyan, TONI&GUY, Vietinio, Sebastian London and By Caprice lingerie. She speaks English, Portuguese and Spanish which has allowed her to work around the globe in Europe, South America and Africa.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Danubia Sousa.

LISETTE MIBO • The muti-awards winning Congolese Model & Humanitarian

Lisette Mibo is the first born of five girls, graduated with a degree in Social Science (BA in criminology with Sociology). Two times awarded “Best Female Model” in 2012 and 2013, featured numerously on the covers of magazines such as Amina magazine (France), OhYes magazine (Ghana), DivaScribe magazine (UK), Tropics Magazine (South Africa), Zen magazine (Nigeria) and many more… taken part at the international catwalk shows in Africa, Europe and the United Kingdom where she currently resides. A native of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Ms Mibo was born in 1987 in Kinshasa, the birthplace of infectious Afro rhythms and dances. She discovered her passion for modeling during her college years, however she started professionally soon after the birth of her daughter in 2011 and she has never looked back and continues to rise.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Lisette Mibo.

MARYSE MBO AKO • The brains behind the Atlanta-based jewelry brand “MAYE FOR MARYSE”

Our issue 52 and first-ever printed issue of TROPICS Magazine featured the amazing work of Maryse Mbo-AKo, an outstanding Entrepreneur from Ivory Coast living in Atlanta, USA who produced a top quality series displaying her brand and hijabs in collaboration with the MyMiracles Photography studio in the USA.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Maryse Mbo-Ako.

URS ALTHAUS • The legendary actor and very sought-after international Actor

Actually Urs Althaus wanted to become a professional soccer player. But what happened in reality was some thing that nobody in Altdorf, where he was raised by his single mother, would ever have expected. After finishing his business studies, this illegitimate child of his Swiss mother, and a Nigerian medical student, whom he never met, stormed the fashion runways of this world. He walked for designers like Calvin Klein, Valentino, Armani, Kenzo, Yves Saint Laurent. He was the first black model ever to appear on the cover of the American fashion Magazine “GQ”. He danced with Liza Minelli, Cindy Crawford and Brooke Shields in the Clubs of Paris, London and New York. In 1978, in New York, he founded the company “Xtazy Ltd.”, the first Model Ensemble in the World. Eight years later, also in New York, and together with Gary Gatys he created the fashion label “Gary Gatys Ltd”. As an agent between 1990 – 2001 he represented Supermodels like Giselle Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Claudia Schiffer. He had a private audience with His Highness the Dalai Lama and breakfasted with Richard Gere. As an actor he stood before the camera next to Marcello Mastroianni and

    • in the filming of Umberto Eco’s “The Name of the Rose” – with Sean Connery.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Urs Althaus.

AGATHA RUIZ DE LA PRADA x BISILA BOKOKO • Between friendship and business collaborations

Ágatha Ruíz de la Prada y Sentmenat is a Spanish noble and fashion designer. She is the 12th marchioness of Castelldosríus, Grandee of Spain and the 19th baroness of Santa Pau. Ágatha entered fashion in 1981 with her women´s collection in Madrid.[2] She opened her first studio in the Spanish capital and began to participate in fashion shows in Madrid and Barcelona. Agatha was a promoter of the “Movida Madrileña,” an artistic and Cultural Revolution in the 1980s.

On the other hand, Bisila Bokoko is a pioneering business leader with a laudable record of success establishing global alliance partnerships, building high performance organizations and creating pathways for businesses looking to enter new international markets. She currently serves as the CEO and Founder of BBES International, a business development and market development consulting firm. BBES provides boutique services to a wide range of companies across various markets and industries including gastronomy, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, arts and culture. BBES helps companies transform ideas into action and creates pathways for businesses looking to enter new international markets.

Read the story inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Bisila Bokoko x Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

MANISH MALHOTRA • The India fashion icon read to conquer the world

Manish Malhotra is one of India’s most successful fashion designers. Malhotra has designed for many leading actresses in Bollywood.

Read the stories of these two amazing women inside TROPICS Magazine >>> Manish Malhotra.

THANK YOU TO OUR WORLDWIDE READERS & OUR EDITORIAL TEAM FOR MAKING THESE 5 YEARS HAPPEN!

Finally, let’s sa farewell to our incredible team worldwide for their incredible.

Meet the brains behind Tropics Magazine >>> https://tropicsmag.wordpress.com/tropics-mag-team/

The December 2014 Table of Contents | Tropics Magazine

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Award-Winning Model & Humanitarian, AMELIA LOLA, covers Tropics Magazine (Issue 54).

TROPICS MAGAZINE, the only magazine that celebrates those who “Pave The Way Forward!”

Issue 54 of the leading bilingual “online and print” magazine is here and we are seeing out 2014 in style with our “Aiming High” edition.

Inside we take you around the world for tropical getaways, introduce you to inspirational men and women everyone  needs to know about, and uncover the latest beauty and fashion trends of the season.

Elsewhere you’llbe blown away by the achievements of the young entrepreneurs who are doing everthing in their power, no matter where they are, to transform their communities.

But that’s not all. If you want to know more aboutthe latest events we covered for you, this issue is your one-stop.

 

 

INSIDE TROPICS MAGAZINE – ISSUE 54:

 

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English Issue – AMELIA LOLA, the Congolese Award-Winning Model to watch.

French Issue – EMMANUELLE SOUNDJATA, Queen of the Caribbean Head-wrap.

FEATURES

SHUKULA BOSE, The woman who is educating India’s poorest children.

CHIDI OKOYE, the Inspirational Artist and Poet from Nigeria.

WELLNESS

Life-improving benefits of yoga.

Protecting your baby with Vitamin K.

PLUS SIZE

Plus Model GRISEL PAULA debut her own line for curvy women.

Fashion trends to suit global curvy women.

FASHION

South African Designer extraordinaire, DAVID TLALE, take on the city of New York during MBFW 2014-2015.

Highlights of the BRITISH COUNCIL London Fashion Week 2014 – 2015.

Re-live some of the best moments from the FASHIONS FINEST London Fashion Week.

BEAUTY

Hair Talks… Black sister, you are not your hair!

Liya Kebede, the Ethiopian sunflower.

TROPICS ENTREPRENEURS

Barclay Paul Okari,  the 22 year-old Kenyan Entrepreneur.

Understanding the Aliko Dangote’s legacy and secrets behind his success.

LIFESTYLE

Destinations… LIMA, a mosaic of Peruvian smaller cities.

Luxurious Lifestyle… Hotel Cota dei Fiori in Italy.

 

To read the full issue online, please go to: Tropics Magazine (Issue 54) .

 

Contact Us for TROPICS Magazine’s Subscription Offers and Orders:

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TROPICS MAGAZINE | Le N°53 est en vente !

Le nouveau numéro de votre magazine Mode et Lifestyle bilingue est bel et bien disponible en version papier et en vente. Le N°53 de TROPICS Magazine vient de sortir et, l’équipe éditoriale tient à informer ses lecteurs qu’il est maintenant possible de commander le magazine directement sur notre blog en utilisant le bouton Paypal en dessous de la page, mais avant de cliquer sur “Buy Now”, voici un aperçu des titres de ce mois…

LES DÉTAILS:

Edité en Anglais et Français depuis nos bureaux de Johannesburg, de Paris, des Caraïbes Françaises, de Londres, de New York et du Sri Lanka, Tropics Magazine offre une couverture médiatique internationale pour les lecteurs du monde. Depuis Mars 2010, nous informons notre communauté cosmopolite sur les sujets pertinents variant des Arts à la Beauté en passant par les Business et sans oublier la Mode, la Culture et le Lifestyle. Bienvenue sur Tropics Magazine, la plateforme qui «Célèbre la diversité de cultures.»

A LA UNE DE CETTE EDITION:

Dans cette édition, l’ancien Top Model Urs Althaus d’origine Suisse-Nigériane & réputé internationalement d’avoir été le tout premier modèle Noir à paraître en couverture du magazine américain GQ fait la une du numéro Anglo de Tropics Magazine. D’autre part, on admire la Styliste Espagnole Agatha Ruiz de la Prada et invitée spéciale de la “Nigeria Fashion Week” 2014 qui pose avec Bisila Bokoko, l’égerie de sa marque.

Avec pour theme “Living the Dream” le No.53 de Tropics Magazine est un “must-have” car il répertorie tour à tour les parcours des personnalités les plus influentes d’origine Africaine: la chanteuse Sud-Africaine d’Afrosoul LIRA, l’Actrice Américaine Tika Sumpter, la “Reine du MARE TET” en Martinique Emmanuelle Soundjata, l’artiste multi-disciplinaire XESKO d’origine Angolaise et Portugaise, etc. Nous rendons également hommage à la plus-size Model et Actrice américaine Mia Amber Davis (feue). Les entrepreneurs tels que la Somalienne Iman Abdulmajid, l’Antillaise Olivia Breleur, le Soudanais Mo Ibrahim et la Congolaise Aline Matsika ne sont que quelques “success stories” qui constituent le squelette de ce numéro “collector” .

TROPICS Magazine est une publication mensuelle qui place un focus particulier sur la mode, la beauté, l’art de vivre, les affaires, la culture, la décoration, les voyages et sans oublier la cuisine.

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COMMANDEZ LA VERSION PAPIER:

CLiquez sur “Buy Now” pour commander le N°53 de TROPICS Magazine qui vous sera ensuite livré à domicile. Pour toutes infos supplementaires, contactez-nous par email: info@tropicsmag.com

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TROPICS Magazine | Order Issue 53

The first printed edition of TROPICS Magazine was such a hit in August 2014 that the team has decided to take their game to the next level. TROPICS Magazine issue 53 has just hit the shelves and, we would like to inform our readers that it is now possible to order their copies on our blog using the Paypal button below, but first, here is an overview of this month’s headlines…

THE DETAILS:

TROPICS Magazine is an independent fashion and lifestyle publication and the first interactive bilingual magazine published in French and English from Africa. With a global audience of 200,000+ readers, the TROPICS brand has become the ultimate destination for the multiracial community. With that said, we are not limited in our writings because we strongly believe that the world needs all cultures today to advance the social machine and meet the needs of people at all levels.
Skillfully printed in South Africa and the United Kingdom, an air of serenity permeates from every page of the magazine as the reader is taken on a wondrous and timeless journey far away from the cultural mainstream. TROPICS Magazine is a monthly published issue which meets the needs of a diverse audience around the world.
Make sure you are the first to get the next issue of TROPICS Magazine, this month, by pre-your copy here!

THE CONTENTS:

Features in this issue include Urs Althaus (the Swiss-Nigerian & first Black Model to appear on the cover of American GQ), Agatha Ruiz de la Prada (the SPanish & noble Fashion Designer invited as a Special Guest at Nigeria Fashion Week), Bisila Bokoko (Global Brands Ambassador & newly appointed Ambassador to Agatha Ruiz de la Prada fashion label), Mia Amber Davis (the late American Plus-Size Model & Actress), Tika Sumpter (American Actress, Singer, Television Host & Model), Zanele Zcapha (the Founder of the Youth Entrepreneur Development in Cape Town, South Africa),  LIRA (Multi-Awards Winning Artist & South African Afro-Soul Singer), Emmanuelle Soundjata (young Entrepreneur from Africa & the French Carribean), Xesko (Angolan/Portuguese muli-talent Artist), Iman (Somali Fashion Model, Actress & Entrepreneur), the late Samora Machel (Leader & eventual President of Mozambique), Olivia Breleur (one of the top Painters of Martinique), Mo Ibrahim (Entrepreneur & Founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation), Aline Matsika (Interior Designer and Founder of Aline Matsika Interiors) and Les Kassav (the legendary Caribbean zouk band) to name but a few.
TROPICS Magazine is a monthly publication which places focus on fashion, beauty, lifestyle, business, culture, décor, travel and food. Plus music, book and product reviews!

 Tropics Magazine Issue53

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TROPICS MAGAZINE lance sa version papier !

TROPICS Magazine, premier magazine africain bilingue (Français & Anglais) annonce qu’il est désormais disponible en version papier et sur commande. Réplique exacte du magazine en ligne, l’édition imprimée du magazine offrira le même contenu que sa version digitale. Le mensuel proposera ainsi deux formules à ses lecteurs : une édition mensuelle digitale et téléchargeable (accessible 24 heures sur 24 et 7 jours sur 7) et une version papier.

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Le numérique a transformé les habitudes de consommation de chacun. En effet, acheter sur Internet,lire son magazine préféré ou le dernier livre à la mode sur tablette, Kindle et autres est devenu monnaie courante. Fort de ce constat et désirant offrir une nouvelle expérience à des lecteurs assoiffés de nouvelles tendances, TROPICS Magazine est né ! Un magazine qui croit en l’élévation et la célébration des talents émergeants internationaux dans leur pluralité.

Quatre ans après son lancement et à travers un magazine interactif et un contenu accessible, ce magazine deux fois nominé a réussi à toucher plus de 200 000 lecteurs aux quatre coins du monde. A l’aube de la parution de son 52ème numéro, TROPICS Magazine se lance dans un nouveau défi : décliner une version papier à son mensuel.
« Très tôt nous avons cru au potentiel des nouvelles technologies en Afrique et à leur intégration dans le monde de la presse. Ces quatre dernières années ont donc permis de développerTROPICS Magazine, aussi bien en termes de contenu éditorial que de mode de diffusion, » explique Vénicia Guinot Fondatrice et Rédactrice en chef de TROPICS Magazine.

« Ce lancement se fait dans la continuité de notre stratégie d’expansion, à savoir nous imposer dans le secteur de la presse africaine. TROPICS Magazine traiterade sujets divers tels que : les arts, la culture, la beauté, le business, le lifestyle et plus encore. La version papier répond ainsi à la demande de nos fidèles lecteurs, impatients de lire, de toucher et de collectionner nos prochains numéros. Le rêve est enfin devenu réalité ! » complète-t-elle.
Le dernier numérode TROPICS Magazine est disponible en version digitale ici et pour commander la version papier, contactez nous directement (voir contacts ci-dessous).

 

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Tropics Magazine Issue 52 is out!

The first-ever edition of Tropics Magazine print version just hit the ground and we are pretty much excited to make a statement in two of the most spoken languages in the world: English & French.

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Our issue 52 features Asian Model Grey Gomez on its English cover and its French issue displays the amazing work of Maryse Mbo-AKo, an outstanding Entrepreneur from Ivory Coast living in Atlanta, USA.

 

We look at how living a tropical life can be practical for your entire family plus we also inform our worldwide readers about the latest fashion events in the French Caribbean & the U.S. Do look out for our Albinism campaign in partnership with ANIDA (France) and spread the word.
Discovering India is what’s hot, so hurry up and learn all about it. Also, Verone Mankou, the father of the first African tablet shares his journey from humble beginnings.

 

Hope you will be inspired by all these people who have only goal than to “Pave the Way Forward!”

 

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