History of FHM
Originally known as For Him Magazine; this men’s lifestyle magazine has been quite a publication to reckon with right from its creation. The FHM South Africa edition had its humble beginnings in the UK, under the name “For Him” with the title of the magazine later changing to “FHM” in 1994 after it was bought by Emap Consumer Media.
In February 2008, FHM Africa was sold to a German company called Bauer Media Group and in December this year, FHM Africa saw the completion of its fourteenth successful year in circulation. It is no doubt that the proud publication continues to dominate the men’s lifestyle market having expanded its readership to a great extent.
Purpose of the FHM South Africa Magazine
As the name suggests, FHM South Africa originally catered to affluent South African men between the ages of 18 and 30. Today, the iconic FHM South Africa magazine is published in 28 countries in 23 languages with a presence in over 40 countries worldwide.
FHM South Africa showcases to its reader some interesting, yet crazy, and absolutely weird occurrences in life. The content includes articles about boy toys and gadgets; travel and adventure; jobs and entertainment; influential people and the world’s sexiest women.
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FHM Africa holds claims to the spot of the largest selling men’s lifestyle magazine in the world. In the UK, it is the largest men’s lifestyle media brand; with the FHM South African edition being voted the “Best Magazine in The World” three times by UK’s magazine industry.
Among its signature articles, is the immensely popular FHM’s Top 100 Most Sexiest Women in the World! And, it is the only magazine amidst a few others to tell you how you can improve your life and be a true legend just the way you are.
Impact of FHM
A subscription to FHM South Africa brings you fun, together with life’s cheeky and witty humor, using well-written stories and facts about all kinds of things that never fail to surprise