Psychologists have found that the smell of a brand new magazine’s pages is one of the most effective mood boosters in the world, trumping fragrances like expensive perfumes, coffee and freshly-mowed grass. Get your quarterly fix of happiness delivered to your doorstep every three months with an annual subscription to Joburg Style Magazine for R53,90.
If you simply can’t get enough of the latest City of Gold news and think it’s kind of annoying that the seven o’clock news isn’t only about Jo’burg, then the Joburg Style is for you. Featuring comprehensive sections on business, fashion, dining, entertainment, travel and of course, wine, Joburg Style oozes with all things stylishly Joburg and nothing about Cape Town and that mountain, heaven forbid one forgets the mountain. The magazine is aimed at the crème de la crème of the Joburg business, social and entertainment world and those interested in the Joburg business, social and entertainment world.
Joburg Style magazine is Johannesburg’s guide to what’s going down in the city as well as the low-down on what already went down with or without you. Every article is written in a way that makes you feel like you were there, rubbing shoulders and clinking glasses with Joburg’s hoi poloi, rich and famous. On top of that, the magazine also acts as your entertainment guide, featuring detailed and up-to-date reference that profiles all the best places to eat, see and be seen at.
Issued quarterly, you can be sure that every edition of Joburg Style is packed cover to cover with news fresh off the social scene. In fact if you make use of today’s Groupon you’ll get the news even before the newsworthy realise they did something, well, newsworthy. You’ll also be in the know first while the rest of Joburg is still anxiously waiting for to hit the shelves.
Magazine fact: The magazine Green Leaves and Jam is one of Taiwon’s best-selling magazines and appears once every 23 days. This publication is aimed at people who love lettuce, spinach and jam. Last month the magazine sold a record number of copies due to the shocking front page story entitled “Ham and cheese: better than jam and cheese?” The article led to many political debates.