Limpopo

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Print Order Legend: 0 - 5000 | 5001 - 20 000 | 20 001 - 40 000 | 40 000+
Cover Price: Free

Agribulletin

LSM Group: 6-10 | Print Order: 5 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Monthly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

AgriBulletin is a free once a month insert into The Bulletin which focuses specifically on the agricultural industry and is very popular in this area.

Cover Price: Free & Sold

Bulletin

LSM Group: 6-10 | Print Order: 5 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Bulletin is a popular weekly community newspaper serving numerous communities in Limpopo’s Lowveld. It is published in Afrikaans and English and distributed from Tzaneen, which is the biggest town in Limpopo (Polokwane is the biggest and could rather be called a small city – it is the capital of Limpopo).

Cover Price: Free

Kruger2Canyon

LSM Group: 4-9 | Print Order: 5 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Twice Monthly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Kruger2Canyon is a free, twice-monthly tabloid newspaper.

Kruger2Canyon’s mission is to produce a provident,unique, plausible, accessible and principal newspaper about the people and environment of the Kruger to Canyon Biosphere Region.


This publication aims to inform, educate, entertain, inspire and promote the people in the area to and about themselves, the environment and any other issues that may affect their daily lives, as well as to and aboutvisitors to the area.

 

Passion is our driving force.

Cover Price: Sold

Limpopo Mirror

LSM Group: 4 - 9 | Print Order: 9 400 | Circulation/ABC: 7695 | ABC | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English

The Limpopo Mirror is a pioneer in many aspects. It was one of the first commercially viable “community” newspapers that catered for an almost exclusively black readership. It also set the standard for many others, with a focus on editorial integrity and an emphasis on quality content. In 2005 the Limpopo Mirror won the World Association of Newspapers’ Young Reader Award, only the second African newspaper to win this coveted award.

Cover Price: Free & Sold

Mogol Post

LSM Group: 5-10 | Print Order: 5 200 | Circulation/ABC: 5200 | ABC | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Mogol Post is the only independent newspaper in Lephalale that:

Meets the requirements of the ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations of SA);

Prints on a very good quality paper (70 g bond white);

Meets outstanding credibility qualities in terms of content;

Is always one step ahead with current local news;

Is well-known as a newspaper with integrity and newsworthy articles

ABC certified and winner of Capro’s Eagle Trophy 2013.

 

Cover Price: Free

Platinum Bushvelder

LSM Group: 5-10 | Print Order: 25 000 | Grassroots | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

The Platinum Bushvelder is unique in its own way and embraced by all local readers. The newspaper focuses on news in it’s own distribution areas that is relevant to the readers.

Cover Price: Free & Sold

Seipone

LSM Group: 4-7 | Print Order: 10 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Twice Monthly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Sesotho, Venda

Seipone Newspaper was established in 2002 and publishes in English as well as the indigenous languages such as Northern Sotho (Sepedi) and Tshivenda. These languages are widely spoken in Limpopo province.

 

Cover Price: Sold

Zoutpansberger

LSM Group: 6-10 | Print Order: 2 400 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

The Zoutpansberger reaches a niche market, mainly because of the duality in the languages being used. Articles appear in a mixture of Afrikaans and English, which makes the product attractive to the town markets where the Afrikaans/English community reside.

Throughout the years the newspaper has won numerous accolades for the quality of its journalism. It won the Sanlam Best Newspaper Award on more than one occasion and the paper’s journalists and photographers were, on several occasions, awarded for their excellence.

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