Sizani will succeed the previous editor, Pnina Fenster, who left GLAMOUR in March to pursue new ventures after editing the title since its launch in 2004.

In addition to representing the brand’s editorial vision, Sizani is also in charge of developing a fresh vision for GLAMOUR and spearheading new ways to connect with the brand’s diverse audience.

Sizani's moves to GLAMOUR from ELLE South Africa, where she held the role of fashion and beauty director, having previously held fashion editor roles at Destiny, Destiny Man and Drum magazine.

Sizani also has a freelance portfolio, which includes collaborations with a number of South African and international brands, magazines, media platforms and personalities.

Sizani is a graduate of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and is a Red & Yellow School of Advertising alumna.

"I am honoured and humbled to be taking up the mantle of editor-in-chief of GLAMOUR at such a pivotal time for all women’s voices," says Sizani.

Mbuso Khoza, acting CEO of CNIM, adds, "I am confident that Asanda's 'A-lister' status, coupled with her immense knowledge of the fashion and beauty industry, will be instrumental in taking the GLAMOUR brand to new heights.

"Not only is she a force to be reckoned with, but she is also the ideal role model for discerning millennials and African women alike," says Khoza. 

Executive chairperson of CNIM, Iqbal Survé, adds, "I'm confident that Asanda will build on the success of the GLAMOUR brand and continue to reflect the energy, style and ambitions of South Africa’s young women. I wish Asanda and the GLAMOUR team nothing but the very best."

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