Conde Nast Independent Magazines

About Us

Home to some of South Africa’s celebrated magazines, Condé Nast Independent Magazines is committed to journalistic integrity, influential reporting and superior design. Each of our magazines feature locally renowned editors, writers and photographers.

Founded in 1997, passion is the core of our philosophy. Our mission is not only to inform readers but to ignite and nourish their passion for myriad aspects of life.

Every month we attract hundreds of thousands dedicated and highly focused readers. They come to our titles knowing they will be engaged by some of the leading minds of our time: editors, writers and contributors who share their passions.

Condé Nast Independent Magazines publishes:

Condé Nast House & Garden; GQ, GLAMOUR, GLAMOUR Hair; GQ Style magazines and Conde Nast House & Garden Gourmet magazines.

 

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Email: subs@ramsaymedia.co.za
Phone: 0860 100 203
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Property auctions are becoming a common occurrence in the current economy. Moneybags explores how to finance auction property.

We take a look at how diabetes in diagnosed in South Africa, against recent statistics that Africans may be underdiagnosed.

Moneybags has been scrutinising the terms and conditions associated with children’s bank accounts and kept track of the charges on the typical transactions a child would make, such as withdrawals, deposits, balance enquiries and so forth.

Dig into the High-5 burger made with a 200g pure beef patty, cheddar, mozzarella and balsamic-caramelised onions, plus chips and a Coke or Coke Zero, for only R59.50.

Are you looking for a few simple ways to save money? Moneybags provides a 2017 savings tip guide.

How can you make an informed decision without hearing the other side of the argument? Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, chats to Dr Vicki Compère, who’s a homeopath at the Centre for Holistic Health in Sandton, to find out about the reverse side of this perspective.

With everyone capitalising on the extra holiday after Christmas, it’s the ideal time for family outings. But what if you were hoping for calm, ocean waves and the occasional singing bird? Where should you go if you want to avoid the “outdoors-city”? Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, suggests the following do’s and don’ts for boxing day madness.

For R55 you can choose between a classic cheese burger, vegetarian cheese burger, falafel salad bowl, chicken salad and a two-topping pizza.