Meet Nkosiyati Khumalo: GQ South Africa’s new editor, the first black editor - This Is Africa
Condé thomas nast Independent Magazines, a accessory of fissiparous Media, has proclaimed the appointment of Nkosiyati Khumalo as editor in chief of GQ, effective July 1, 2017. Khumalo, 30, has been GQ’s deputy editor since 2013 and the editor of GQ property since 2015. He united the magazine in 2012 as ranking copy editor, having antecedently held editor program and managing editor positions in contract publishing.
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