It is always a pleasure for me to bring you a new issue of Hamaji Magazine. This is the 37th and last issue of the year 2022 under the good auspices of the summer break which has passed so quickly.
Another successful publishing challenge together, thanks to you who follow our peregrinations through our social networks.

With the conviction that Africa is at the heart of everything, and in addition to the many issues facing our continent, we are pleased to devote this issue to its actors, to safari in Africa whose initiators are proof that the new tourism can provide effective responses to the issue of conservation, a balance between human presence and preservation of wildlife so precious to the well-being of our planet and ours.

For this last issue of 2022, Hamaji Magazine will take you to Zambia to Tena Tena Camp, a gem of hospitality in East Africa. In the DRC, we will propose an unusual visit to the heart of the Golf of Lubumbashi in the capital of Haut-Katanga where
there is one of the most beautiful bird sanctuaries. We met the Congolese designer Jess Kilubukila whose project of safeguarding traditional crafts and questioning modern African aesthetics creates jobs for women artisans. The Congo, which is establishing itself as a destination for contemporary art, is in the spotlight with the 2nd edition of the Congo Biennale in Kinshasa and the 7th edition of the Picha Biennale in Lubumbashi.

I thank the advertisers of Hamaji Magazine who support our work and our initiative to offer free reading on the African continent, primarily in the DRC where we are based, and to the readers of Hamaji Magazine around the world.

Enjoy reading Hamaji Magazine N°37, especially continue to take care of yourself.
#Ensemble.

The editor
Marie-Aude Delafoy