"Our vision for CNA is to become the destination for all things educational for households from all walks of life," says Benjamin Trisk, CEO of CNA.

According to the duo, an integral part of the collaboration will be the distribution of SA Homeschooling magazine to CNA's online community database.

"It will embrace brand marketing and projects via online and digital platforms, as well as exclusive in-store and POS initiatives, promotions and synergetic use of available mutual resources," says Jason Aarons, publishing director at Isikhova Media.

"Our top priority, on all levels of engagement, is education. This runs parallel to our aim of providing parents and children — whether in rural or urban communities — with additional support and resources, skills and expert advice to homeschool successfully and with ease," concludes Aarons.

SA Homeschooling launches end-November and will be published alternate-monthly.

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