NEW MUSLIM LIFESTYLE PUBLICATION i-Expresslaunched

2016-10-05 06:00
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Media24 is today launching a brand extension in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro, the i-Express.

The i-Express, which is published by EP Media, is a free lifestyle tabloid aimed at the Muslim community in the metro.

It is a unique brand that will be serving a niche market with very specific needs.

It is aimed at Muslim families, with a keen interest in news, fashion, shopping, cooking, travel, health and financial advice, as well as the prescribed teachings and practices of Islam.

iExpress will advise readers on how to do things in a way that is permissible (“Halal”), and how to overcome issues and obstacles faced by Muslim people living, learning, working and parenting in Western society, whilst still trying to uphold their devotion to Islam.

It will offer easy to read articles and features from practical advice to real-life inspiration.

There will be excellent health, relationship and lifestyle advice, tips to make your life easier, a strong focus on the Islamic month and Sunnah practices, delicious recipes, decor and travel.

Most of all it will feature real people, real stories and celebrate everyday Muslims doing phenomenal things at home, in the community and in business.

The residents of Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage can get their copies at selected traffic intersections near Mosques and businesses in the Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage areas (see map of our distribution area on page 5 of this issue).

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