New Year, and hello 2019!
Looking fresh and fabulous – that’s how to start the year. So this month we share our favourite 25 Everyday Beauty Buys; show you how to rock Athleisure, the season’s hottest casual trend (ditch the heels and be comfortable – and cool) and test-drive 12 new nail colours for you.
Margot Robbie, the Aussie A-lister who’s gone from toothpaste model to 2019’s hot Oscar favourite, stars on our cover. FAIRLADY ed Suzy Brokensha breaks her vow never to go multi-day hiking again and comes back completely seduced by the Whale Trail. Ever heard of Family Constellations? We find out how this age-old therapy works and whether it can help you understand your family dynamics better – a great way to start the year with purpose!
Technology means all children are at risk of being exposed to pornography. ‘Not If But When’ investigates how parents can best handle the situation and give their children the tools they need to make good decisions. And in Running From Addiction, Tanya Lund shares her story of drug addiction, and how running saved her. Plus we chat to journo and author Rebecca Davis and share an extract from her brutally honest and hilarious autobiography, Self-Helpless. We’ve got all your favourites: great holiday reads, fascinating features, gorgeous fashion and beauty - and fabulous braai recipes from Kobus Botha’s Le Braai . That’s why FAIRLADY is the smart read for smart women!
Drum has been a trendsetting weekly for decades. In the 1950s it was the pioneer in black journalism, combining investigative and in-depth photojournalism. Today it is a modern magazine, aligned with its readers. The articles are about real people, mixed with a healthy dose of escapism – entertainment, glamour and sport. Drum gives its readers stories they won’t read anywhere else. The aim is to make Drum an integral part of most families in South Africa. That’s why the magazine is filled with practical advice to solve everyday problems, from health and careers to financial and relationship issues. Along with its sister magazines, Huisgenoot and You, Drum offers a big part of the South African market news, entertainment and features.