Le’Afrinique, a leading platform dedicated to promoting the arts, culture, and entertainment, is excited to announce the imminent launch of its highly anticipated first digital magazine issue, #LAMAG, with cover artists Zee Nxumalo and Profound. This groundbreaking digital publication, set to be released on 16 June 2023, marks a significant milestone in Le’Afrinique’s commitment to celebrating and plugging readers with the coolest in Music & Art.
With a finger firmly on the pulse of Africa’s vibrant creative landscape, Le’Afrinique’s digital magazine #LAMAG promises to deliver captivating content that reflects the rich tapestry of African culture. The inaugural issue is poised to engage readers with compelling stories, insightful interviews, thought-provoking articles, and stunning visuals that showcase the best of South African talent across various creative industries.
Le’Afrinique introduces #LAMAG
#LAMAG aims to create a dynamic and immersive reading experience, seamlessly blending captivating storytelling with cutting-edge design. Readers can expect a thoughtfully curated selection of content that explores music, visual arts, lifestyle, and much more. The digital magazine will provide a platform for emerging artists, established icons, and industry insiders to share their stories, perspectives, and journeys, fostering community and connections across the African creative sphere.
“We are incredibly excited to introduce Le’Afrinique’s digital magazine to our readership,” said Selloane Moleli, the founder of Le’Afrinique. “This digital magazine is a natural extension of our commitment to promoting African talent and creativity. We believe in the power of storytelling and its ability to showcase the diversity, vibrancy, and innovation within Africa’s creative industries. Our aim is to inspire and empower our readers while amplifying the voices of African artists and cultural trailblazers”.
The release of the first digital magazine issue marks a pivotal moment in Le’Afrinique’s journey. It sets to expands its reach and impact within the global creative landscape. The magazine will be free and accessible digitally on Le’Afrinique’s website, ensuring widespread accessibility to readers worldwide.