We settle into the 2022 year with the 5th issue and our very first (of many) international MinnieStar cover boy. Tah'Chon Mills is a recording artist from the United States with his very own published book and a string of awards under his name. Not a day of 7, this MinnieStar has already started making a name for himself in the arts and entertainment industry, get to know more about little Tah'Chon right here.
Runway icon in the making, Gia Grace Jardim features as this month's cover girl. We take a look at some of her trendiest outfits and the influence that the runway has had on her since her very first show, the Durban Fashion Week 2017, at the age of 4. Click the button below to get to know Gia, play some fun brain games and have a taste of that easy, back to school lunch box recipe.
The 3rd MinnieStars: Digital Magazine cover girl is the globally recognised I-ASC Spellebrity title winner, Liyakhanya Buwa. The 8 year old living with autism makes use of spelling as a means of communicating and her interview conducted by her speech therapist sheds some light on some of her thoughts on common misconceptions that society has about people living with disabilities. Read all about it right here.
MinnieStars: Digital Magazine's second issue is graced by Kgabiso Ndhlovu, International Junior Miss South Africa 2021 and it covers the latest stories about pageants, culture, sports and more. Our team of skilled content creators are experienced and passionate about what they do, and are here to provide you with insightful stories about the topics that interest you the most. We’re an independent and reliable voice in the Online Magazine world. View the second issue here today.
The launch of MinnieStars: Digital Magazine saw its first issue's cover honoured by our very own founder and CEO, Hlonela Mrwetyana as she was also awarded the first 'MinnieStar of the Month' title. We featured fun games, health and hygiene tips and even included a brief, exclusive segment directly from the Uyinene Mrwetyana Foundation. This issue like the rest prioritsed and showcased young people of exellence. Read the rest of the issue by clicking below.