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    THE TIMES OF AFRICA, an international monthly business magazine, started with an aim of
    “Bringing Africa to the World.” The prominence in the diplomatic and corporate divisions of
    India together with the African continent inculcates us with an ecstatic essence and leads us
    to establish by morality of substantial staging of reliable content and thrive in making
    successful in-roads to the reading desks of people. By the virtue of meaningful presentation
    of credible rich content on Africa-India partnerships, socio-economic issues, business and
    investment opportunities, political developments, cultural extravaganzas have allowed us to
    succeed in making successful brand identity in the country and outside. Personality
    rendezvous, interviews with Ambassadors/High Commissioners and country specific
    spotlights are other special attractions.
    We truly believe that Africa is exceedingly vibrant and our primary focus is on the promotion
    of Africa’s economic policy, business management, capacity building, trade, travel and
    tourism. It is indeed blessed with the good genes of its clients and its new fusion look has
    become an International business statement.
    We have a very robust distribution network covering metro cities, diplomatic missions,
    national organizations, foreign agencies, trade fora, corporate and export houses, business
    class hotels and airlines, both within the country and off shores. We are present in almost all
    African countries and plan to cover more ground in the months to come.
    THE TIMES OF AFRICA is registered with The Registrar of Newspapers for India with RNI
    No. DELENG/2008/27856 and is also empanelled with Directorate of Advertising & Visual
    Publicity (DAVP).
    “We feel that the blend of understanding, familiarity and enthusiasm is what makes us
    special. We hope to enjoy your cooperation and support in our quest to bridge the
    information gap between Africa and India.”

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