The Heritage Times HT, a pan-African online news platform committed to fostering a sustainable democratic Africa, has launched the maiden edition of its AfriHeritage magazine.
Themed ‘Retelling The African Story’, the magazine is fueled by unwavering passion for Africa and its boundless potentials, with each pages inspiring a fresh spirit of optimism and pride in Africa.
It aims to captivate and engage a dedicated readership that shares its vision for a thriving Africa where negative stereotypes don’t hold sway.
Notably, the maiden publication shines spotlight on a remarkable ensemble of Africans who have carved their names into the annals of African excellence.
They include the champions of leadership, the titans of business, the visionaries in politics and benevolent philanthropists.
The AfriHeritage Magazine features top African icons and brands such as the King of Morocco – Sidi Mohammed bin al-Alawi (Mohammed VI); former President of Nigeria – Dr. Goodluck Jonathan; former President of Botswana; Dr. Seretse Khama Ian Khama; Director General of the World Trade Organization – Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; President of Rwanda – Paul Kagame; Standard Bank Group South Africa, one of the leading banks in Africa; the BRICS Initiative; Finetech Giants – PayStack; Africa’s biggest Airline – Ethiopian Airlines; Engr. Simbi Wabote – Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring and Development Board (NCDMB), which has been at the fore of championing the advancement of Local Content in Africa, and many other entertainment icons in Africa.
Also featured in the Magazine are the custodians of arts and culture, the pioneers of science and technology, the torchbearers of social innovation and heroes of the sporting arena.
AfriHeritage Magazine is not lost on global geopolitical and socio-economic uncertainties as they relate to Africa.
The Magazine delves into the realm of Local Content, particularly in the Oil and Gas sector, which is witnessing remarkable transformation, amidst the challenges of energy transition.
So far, over 150,000 copies of the Magazine has been printed for distribution all over Africa and beyond, on a complimentary basis.