#BlackGirlMagic: Powerful Women Grace September Covers
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Powerful Women Grace September Magazine Covers!

Women’s month has rubbed off some positive vibes for the upcoming September glossy publications. A-listers like Gail Mabalane, Mpho Letsholonyane, Nadia Nakai, Asanda Sizani, Thando Hopa, Boity Thulo and Bonang Matheba are taking the industry by storm as they cover major titles.

See September cover stars:

Mother of two, Gail Mabalane tackles the topic of women in business, She reveals her story on the latest issue of Destiny Magazine.

gail mabalane

What are some of the challenges you’ve faced as a woman in business? In the end, faith, persistence and hard work pays off,

she says on Instagram.

This week has been overwhelming with positivity for Boity Thulo, who shared two major highlights in her career. She scored a deal with the fragrance brand Impulse and was also featured on the latest issue of Cosmopolitan mag whereby she gets candid about everything including work and her love life.

boity thulo

OWN YOUR THRONE!!!! This is beyond what I prayed for! God’s timing!!

Says Boity.

Bona magazine featured sports presenter and our recent #WCW Mpho Letsholonyane as their cover star. This is Mpho’s first magazine cover as she opens up about the world of sports and making history as the only African female to host the recent world cup final.

mpho letsholonyane

True Love covers Luthando Shosha who opens up about the entertainment industry, setting her own rules and future plans before turning 30!

loot love

The September issue of Glamour Magazine is available on all newsstands. The title introduces us to three extraordinaire women taking over their fields. Featuring rapper Nadia Nakai, Model and Lawyer Thando Hopa and the titles very own Editor-in-chief Asanda Sizani. Each of these women come from diverse backgrounds and use their voices in unique and impactful ways.


Lastly, Bonang Matheba becomes the first solo female cover from GQ SA in more than eight years, with its minimalist approach on cover text and the single cover line “The Power Issue”.


Which cover do you like the most?

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