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Issue 27 | December 2017 (free download)

ZASA Magazine December 2017

The wait is over! The December 2017 Edition of ZASA Magazine is here so you can breath easy now… I’m sure everything is winding down for the year so allow us to sprinkle some joy on your relaxation.

First thing’s first – A massive welcome to ZOONA who have decided to join the revolution! We look forward to working with them for a long time to come.

ZASA Magazine December 2017

This month we kick off a new Career Path section – forgive us, we have not catered to the professionals enough, this is our way of making up. Zed Artist Profile is back but we’d like to make it a lot more interactive so please get in touch and share your thoughts, we were thinking of something involving submitting voice notes and a top 10 – you let us know. The new Traveller Heads Up section will be used before major holidays to prep you for travels.

ZASA Magazine December 2017

Issue 27 is here!

It’s another packed edition… We uncover yet another gem of a destination in the Kafue National Park; December should be a pretty good time to visit. The Chovwano Girls Project still needs your help to meet their goal of getting sanitary pads to disadvantaged girls in Zambia. Victoria interviews the incredibly talented James Sakala and we provide a host of links to his music and online profiles. Steven as usual doesn’t disappoint with a very eye opening take on genetic counselling and why you need to take it seriously.

There is so much more, I’ve just run out of space but judge for yourself – pour something nice to sip on and enjoy the mag 🙂

Download links – You now have the option to download the Magazine in HD (bigger but super crystal clear kinda nice) or Low Res (smaller but still part of the cool crowd nice).

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