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Issue 24 | September 2017 (free download)

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Issue 24 is here!

September, the month of blooming flowers, summer clothes and sorry for some of you, hay fever (bless you). We kick the season off by bringing you a Dream Destination that fits right into the mold of spring with its chic, urban living type of vibe. Minister Steven Kampyongo was in South Africa late August and gave a briefing on Dual Citizenship – we bring you the full report. We take you through the process of dealing with difficult clients (they might be rare, but they are there). Victoria talks to the person behind Charro Couture, Dalitso Proctor and Steven reveals that African men are more likely to suffer from prostate cancer, learn how to deal with it.

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ZASA Magazine - Issue 24 - September 2017

 


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