After a decidedly long hiatus from the printing press, Nomad Africa Magazine will be available in hardcopy once again as of 1 April 2023 and that’s no fool’s joke!
As the tourism industry continues to regain its momentum after enduring the debilitating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nomad Africa Magazine is not getting left behind. Our editorial team is now back at work in full force with a laser focus on finalizing content for our much-awaited issue 15 edition.
This editorial team, made up of many of previous firm-favorite authors plus quite a few fresh names to Nomad Africa, has returned refreshed, rebooted, and is raring to get their scribe on!
Nomad Africa Associate Publisher, Dieter Gottert, says the new line-up of contributors has been selected to incorporate various prolific writers from even more corners of the continent as authors and contributors.
“It’s been a long time coming, but we are elated to be getting back into print again. This time around Nomad Africa is entering previously unchartered regions of the continent as we continue to showcase only the very best of what Africa has to offer. We have sourced an eclectic mix of journalists, and I am excited to introduce this fresh-faced team to our regular and new readers” said Gottert.
All our 2023 issues are earmarked to feature parts of Africa and African Tourism that haven’t been explored yet as well as being jam-packed with content that exposes our readers to some of the newest trends in Tourism post-COVID.
“The world is a much different place than it was 3 years ago, and the tourism sector has evolved along with the rest of the world. We want to ignite conversations about new pertinent issues such as Digital Tourism and the rise of Artificial Intelligence in global travel and entertainment sphere. If there is one thing the pandemic taught us, it’s that it is imperative and possible to have backup systems in place in case of catastrophic events to avoid businesses getting crippled” Gottert added.
The last printed issue, Issue 14, was published in the last quarter of 2019 so in effect, this new issue will be the first post-pandemic issue to hit the shelves. Issue 15 will address these topical digital tourism-related matters, and how they affect industry and trade as well as the aspiring tourist. We get to also shine the spotlight on some un-sung African artistic heroes and feature previously hidden African cultural gems from an area known as the warm heart of Africa.
SUBSCRIBE here to get the first glimpse of the new issue. You can also download a FREE copy (in PDF) of the last edition 14 here.
Watch this space to meet Nomad Africa’s new editorial line-up.
The History of Nomad Africa Magazine
Nomad Africa promotes Africa and showcases the aspirations, ambitions, achievements. successes as well as concerns & responsibilities of Africans, including Africans in the Diaspora. The publication (both online & print) is especially popular with Governments and their respective tourism boards for placing their advertisements, due to the magazine’s proven success with reaching their specific target audience.
Nomad Africa is also in high demand with organizations active in the areas of interest where we concentrate our efforts, such as: aviation, transport, travel, tourism, hospitality, planning, investments, financing, leisure, entertainment, agriculture, food production, communication, industry and technology. By both those who are from Africa, and those who target Africa, as well as the businesses supplying them, or serviced by them.
The first edition of Nomad Africa magazine was published in January 2012, with rave reviews and positive reception, resulting in increased demand in Africa as well as internationally. Originally borne out of a vision to publish Africa’s first pan African Tourism magazine, 2414 Publishing (Pty) Ltd took over the Nomad Africa brand in 2015. From 2015 up until the present moment, 2414 Publishing has grown the brand through its extensive contacts and networks to become a high-end retail magazine in Africa.
By the end of 2019, distribution for the printed edition already exceeded 120,000 print copies globally and over 2.9 million readers per issue. You can download a full information pack here.
The paperback version is distributed in numerous African countries in most VIP lounges of international airports, business class sections of selected airlines, select retail stores as well as Four- and Five-Star Hotels.
2414 Publishing (Pty) Ltd aims to continuously broaden its African footprint mainly through its flagship brand Nomad Africa Magazine and other Nomad digital platforms such as Nomad TV, Nomad Radio, and the Nomad Africa Podcast to become the most authoritative pan African Travel & Tourism magazine on the African market.
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