Under his editorship, DESTINY MAN, a business and lifestyle magazine for men, has grown from being an alternate-monthly publication to a monthly one.

Ndalo Media CEO Khanyi Dhlomo says: “I’d like to thank Kojo for his contribution to DESTINY MAN and to Ndalo Media as a whole. We wish him success in all his future endeavours. ”

“After four extremely rewarding years, I’m leaving the magazine, but want to thank everyone with whom I’ve engaged during that period,” says Baffoe.

“It’s truly been a major milestone in my life and a special time. I’m grateful for having been able to contribute to the magazine, my community and our society. Part of the beauty of DESTINY MAN is its acknowledgement and highlighting of the strides men in South Africa are taking professionally and in their everyday lives. I’ve enjoyed learning from all the people we’ve featured and interacted with over the years through different platforms. Many of those lessons have rubbed off on me and I’m now stepping back out into the world of business.”

The December 2014 issue, on sale from 19 November, will be the last under Baffoe’s editorship.

Mzo[2]DESTINY MAN Senior Features Editor, Mzolisi Witbooi will be Acting Editor until a new editor is appointed.

“It’s a privilege for me to be entrusted with such a responsibility,” says Witbooi.

“DESTINY MAN is a prestigious brand that needs to be treated with respect. My role as ‘caretaker coach’ is to continue working with the amazing team we have and to augment the magazine’s position as a source of compelling content for the discerning South African man.”