Fair Lady is often considered as the sister publication to the Afrikaans Sarie. With their offices in Cape Town, this title is one of the most popular female reads in South Africa.
Fair Lady prides itself as being "More than a magazine, Fair Lady is a network of passionate, optimistic and intelligent women who not only believe in the future of South Africa, but insist on being a part of it."
The editor for Fair Lady is Suzy Brokenshaw. And publisher, Patricia Scholtemeyer. This magazine is owned by Media24.
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