The Leadership Edition. In this time of reshuffling cabinets and building walls, God knows we need some of that good stuff. Who better than Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela to show us the way. We chose Madiba for our cover, because, well, we miss him. Featuring some of Africa's top business leaders, billionaires, hundred-millionaires and newly funded startup grommets, this edition aims to inspire and empower you to get cracking with your own path to leadership.
Here it is at last. The long-awaited Heavy Chef Magazine: The Technology Edition. Tech being the order of the day at HC, it kinda makes sense that we focus an entire journal on the topic, right? Well, wait no longer. We’ve published a comprehensive magnum opus covering the most salient topics in Tech on the African continent.
Fees will fall! - well, not quite yet, but until they do here is a free edition of the Heavy Chef magazine: The Education Edition. Edited and overseen by the irrepressible Mike Perk, Co-founder of digital innovation agency WWC, this magazine features some of the brightest minds in education on the African continent. The Education Edition includes entries and interviews with Sam Paddock, Sean Riley and Tarryn Knight.
Yes! The third edition is up for grabs. Featuring the creme of Africa’s creative crop, you won’t find more inspiring goodness than in the shiny pages of Heavy Chef Magazine: The Creativity Edition. Topics covered include Virtual Reality, creative SEO, social media, viral campaigns and the science of creativity. The Heavy Chefs in this edition include Alistair King, Sammy-Jane Every, Mike Sharman, Fred Roed, Uno de Waal, Alexandra van Tonder, Fran Luckin and the almighty Xolisa Dyeshana.
The second edition is here. Curated by the Heavy Chef team, assisted by the good people at WWC and contributed to by the developers in the HC community, this thing is a nerd tour-de-force. In this issue, we focus on e-commerce and the people behind the burgeoning African industry. You may not understand all of it, but you’ll certainly look like a smart fella when someone peers over your shoulder to see what you’re reading.