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Coining it on the side

By Kimberly Flanagan In a country where unemployment sits at 29,1 per cent, finding a job is already difficult without looking at the numbers and the economy seems to be hanging by a thread all the time. It’s easy to fall into a trap where you are satisfied with any job that you can get, […]

Disrupting the narrative with Ziningi Mazibuko

From aspiring teacher to a qualified Tax practitioner and CEO By Lerato Mashile This young, strong and independent 26-year-old from Durban has become the CEO of Muna Accounting and Tax Services. Growing up, Ziningi Mazibuko always wanted to be a teacher as she admired the work ethic of her 2 late sisters who were also […]

How to spice up your corporate look

by Boitumelo Makobosheane You don’t have to complicate your style just to spice up your corporate look. Keep it simple, this way you can be sure to spend less while achieving the look you want. Get versatile items eg scarves and classics clothing items with great quality (quality over quantity) and timeless. Example of timeless pieces […]

COVID-19 effects pauses the Publication

Issued by: Ayana Magazine Date: 31 March 2020 This serves as communication that Ayana Magazine will not be issuing the 31 March 2020 and 31 May 2020 issue due to the effects by the COVID-19 epidemic and national lockdown. However, we will be publishing new profiles and all your favorite content on our blog as […]

Aisia Casanova Releases Playlist To Pre-announce Her “Meant To Be Tour” SA In The Works

On Tuesday, Aisia Casanova took to her social media to release a self-curated Spotify artist pick playlist. In this playlist, she embraces South African music she’s discovered that aligns with her taste and style. The playlist serves as a pre-announcement and mood setter for her upcoming “Meant To Be Tour” SA. Stream Playlist Here “I’ve had my ears on the ground […]

3 reasons why your hair is breaking and how you can fix it

by Tshepang Langa  Type 4 hair, especially 4c hair, is the most fragile type of hair making it prone to breakage. This means that this type of hair needs to be handled with extra love and caution. If you’re not gentle with your hair or you miss a few steps in your routine, your hair […]

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