Two great news for Africa. Zen Magazine has recently done some great  features on our very own talents.


The First article is - an editorial feature on 5 fabulous African models &  - another  feature on The Pikolinos Project in the Maasai community.

~Editor's Note~
There are so many reasons to embrace every new month, for us, it gives us the opportunity to meet new & exciting people, to share in their stories & to connect our readers with our contents. On our cover this April, we feature a remarkable young lady called Esosa. Esosa Edosomwan is an inspired thinker who has the ability to inject her passion into everything she does. She is a devoted model, an actress, a writer & a directress. She will be directing & starring in her first feature film titled 'One Night in Brooklyn' which would feature a multi-cultural cast of amazing individuals. To learn more about the film visit

- We have some interesting inside features this month and they are all high-quality events. We shall be bringing you all the photo footage from one of Africa's premier fashion events 'Hub of Africa Fashion Week 2012 which takes place in Addis Ababa, to the hot terrains of Morocco to witness the 243km endurance race in the Marathon Des Sables, some of the best online media websites that promote African diversity in every magnitude, the importance of The Pikolinos Maasai project in Kenya & Eugenia Silva's ambassadorial role to the project & finally our list of the 50 greatest African Icons over the past decade.

Photography by: Briana Monet
Photography Assistant: Alexander Weston
Styled by: Dee Dwyer-Harris Rosemary Blue Vintage
Hair & Makeup: Remy Ginger


Second is - they have just launched their website over the weekend and we hope you go check it out for yourself and share it on your walls.


We will also share the link on our fan page with you once again after Tweeting it last week for everyone to enjoy it as well. Yes oh, Zen Magazine website is live and we hope these two great news will inspire even more.


Here is the


Be Zen, always!

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