Mamas & Papas is one of the fastest growing magazine within the baby/pregnancy and parenting fraternity. The in-depth, intelligent features are in tune with the latest trends and technological advances and research in the fields of father, mother and baby health, child psychology and early childhood education. In addition, there are inspirational stories and interesting personal accounts of parents’ experiences with pregnancy, childbirth and the early years. Beauty, décor and travel pages; fabulous fashions; and informative nutrition are all wrapped up for your reading pleasure in one exquisitely designed lifestyle magazine.
Parenting and lifestyle is our priority… Mamas & Papas is a monthly, super-gloss, quality parenting and ethnic lifestyle Magazine, TV show and responsive Website that centres on our rich heritage, rediscovering our cultural domestic roots and taking what works for you as a parent. It allows you to review and reintegrate that age-old traditional wisdom, reapply it… and, parent, your way! This publication was the brainchild of the founding editor, Nawaal Motlekar and is published by Kwenta Media.
Nawaal Motlekar is perhaps the only Black businesswoman who identified the opening in the market and the demand for a new, top-shelf magazine that targets specifically the Indian, Coloured, African and White communities, and ran with it to produce Mamas & Papas. It is one magazine that seeks to integrate parents from diversified racial groups and fuse the old and new methods of parenting.
Mamas & Papas is an all-inclusive package that centres around 8 key pillars:
- Labour & birth
- 0-1 Babies
- 2-5 Toddlers
- 6-10 Tweenies
- Special needs
- Working moms & dads
WHAT OUR READERS ARE SAYING
Congratulations on an outstanding magazine! I picked up my 1st issue in store and was taken aback by how captivating the articles were. Keep it up!
I would like to thank you for publishing articles on disabled children. As a mum of twin boys with cerebral palsy, I have often wondered why there is so little available for parents going through this walk of life… I can only hope and encourage that you continue articles of this kind as it made me pick up your magazine, and what a relief to know other mothers who are going through this will be able to relate and know that they are not on their own.”
I was watching your TV show towards the end of April and I was taken aback, fascinated by the content of the show, your guests and the way they handled questions that were posed to them. Fantastic! The magazines are also a lot more informative, taking into consideration the fact that my wife and I are young parents who have so far managed to raise a three-year-old, smart boy, Neo Moshoete. I can tell you now that we have followed some of the tips about parenting that were on your website and some of them came from the previous issues of Mamas & Papas magazine – realistic and brilliant tips, I must say! Keep it up Nawaal! Mamas & Papas is really becoming a media empire! We can’t wait to see the next issue.”
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