By: Elesi Azumah
The month of June always signifies the halfway mark into the year, the ongoing reality of what we have gained or lost. Thankfully, we also have a lot to celebrate, such as our youth month segment as well the celebration of Father’s Day.
Readers can expect inspirational pieces and exciting content on all these young South Africans from; Shekhinah Thandi Donnel- “Flourishing in her youth” feature as well Cue Ngema- who’s been shortlisted for a scholarship at a dance program in Los Angeles not forgetting a bold feature on Pole Dancer, Luthando Mimi Motopa as she shares her story. Talk about variety!
For all of our rugby fanatics, expect an up-close feature on Rugby Player for the Lions, Courtnal Skosan. Join in as our Sports Editor, Ndumiso Nxumalo shares his personal journey and the “number of tackles” Skosan continues to survive.
However, we haven’t forgotten about all the dedicated fathers out there, who have been a pillar of strength at home, within our communities, yet manage to provide a broad shoulder to cry on.
We will be running a sponsored Father’s Day giveaway by Darling Sweet– so keep a look out for that!
With all the amazing things happening thus far, SA Bloggers is excited to mention another partnership – This time with Pop Society and since we on that topic; do try their Death by Chocolate milkshakes. It will literally change your life!
In addition, readers can also expect mind grabbing musical reviews and those with a vivid imagination; our book reviews will certainly push you towards the direction of a book shop not forgetting to mention our Garden Court, Sandton City review. Pheeww… “The life of a blogger”!
Most importantly we have updated our media kit and rate card for different campaigns accommodating different brands.“We certainly play hard but equally work just as harder”.
With so much to offer within the month of June, do enjoy the journey we shall provide and appreciate the content we have taken the time and dedication gathering up all just for you.
So here’s a toast to all the 25 under 25’s, fathers across globe and the youth of 76 that died for our Right to Freedom!- “We salute all of you and the sacrifices made”!
Elesi (Ms Elle) Azumah