New African Woman

New African Woman is a colourful lifestyle magazine dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of fashion and beauty, health and wellbeing, parenting and family, and much, much more. The magazine is a celebration of black beauty and culture and with a unique indigenous twist, we offer an insight into the life of the African woman in an intelligent, meaningful and inspirational manner.



Regina Jane Jere-Malanda

Regina Jane Jere-Malanda is a Zambian-born London-based journalist and currently the Editor of the New African Woman magazine - the sister-publication of the New African magazine of which she is the Deputy Editor. She is also a former Zambian correspondent for Agence France Press, and a former Africa researcher at Index on Censorship, the organisation that monitors media freedom and free speech and related issues across the world. She writes extensively on a wide range of issues, from politics to beauty and fashion, women’s rights to media freedom and free speech – and her work has been published in many publications and books including The Mission: Journalism, Ethics and the World, published by the Iowa State University at which it was used in the journalism school’s curriculum. Her special interest though, pivots on the empowerment of women and she believes education and health, particularly of the girl-child, is the cornerstone to this.