Chania
Treasure magazine was launched in 2002 as a national Islamic Publication. Treasure is also the only and the leading Islamic magazine of its nature in South Africa. The success of the magazine is evident in its growing readership and sales over the past years. The publication is unique in that its content and reach are unprecedented.

An exciting new development is the transformation of the magazine, an expansion of its focus on aspects of lifestyle and family issues, which are designed to attract a more discerning and wider readership. Treasure provides a link to a community united by shared values of family and life.

The content of Treasure in both advertising and editorial will reflect a universal ethical world view. The magazine will not be overtly religious or devotional, but will reflect content that tends towards the contemplative life and virtue. These values will inform the treatment of subjects and themes in current affairs, business, industry, food, fashion, entertainment and people. It will provide its own definition of glamour, and will exclude the treatment of sex, scandal and sensuality in the way the most popular magazines do. Specific exclusions in this respect are levels of nudity and graphic depiction of sensuality.
Chania