Namibia

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

Agriforum

LSM Group: 6-10 | Print Order: 4 500 | Uncertified | Frequency: Monthly
Format: Magazine | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Agriforum is the only agricultural magazine in Namibia since 1978. It is the most voluminous Namibian magazine (up to 196 pages) showing tremendous growth, especially with regard to subscribers, outlet sales and emerging farmers. Print-run has been steady at 4 500 copies per month over the past few years. Agriforum has an estimated readership of around 20 000 (usually the farmer, his wife, the farm manager, adult children who visit the farm and more.)

The mission of Agriforum is to serve advertisers in a professional way and the agricultural business sector and readers with practical, scientific and human interest articles.

Cover Price: Free

Informante

LSM Group: 5-9 | Print Order: 65 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Informanté is a weekly newspaper with a print run of 65 000 copies. It is the biggest newsprint medium and adding to the fact that it’s for free! Country wide distribution is guaranteed and therefore it is the most suitable vehicle for communicating your business and corporate messages.

Informanté serves both ends of the financial spectrum and strives to cater for all categories of readers, building on the notion that today’s readers are tomorrow’s buyer.

Cover Price: sold

Namib Times

LSM Group: 5-9 | Print Order: 7 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Twice Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans, German, Portuguese

The Namib Times was established in 1958 as a community newspaper primarily serving the coastal communities of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay.The newspaper is published on Tuesdays and Fridays with a total of 7 000 copies printed. We distribute to all the coastal towns namely Walvis Bay, Swakopmund and Henties Bay.

Cover Price: sold

Namibian ( Mon - Thurs)

LSM Group: 4-10 | Print Order: 38 000 | ABC | Frequency: Daily
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Oshiwambo

The Namibian is the country’s only truly independent and largest selling English daily newspaper. The Namibian, founded in August 1985, by Gwen Lister, owned by Namibia Media Trust with Tangeni Amupadhi as editor since 1 October 2011, has consistently been the paper for the people, by remaining independent  and objective, maintaining high levels of integrity and being realistic and persistently unrelenting in its quest for the truth. Hence the slogan “Still Telling It Like It Is”.

Cover Price: Sold

Namibian (Friday)

LSM Group: 4-10 | Print Order: 62 540 | ABC | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Oshiwambo

The Namibian is the country’s only truly independent and largest selling English daily newspaper. The Namibian, founded in August 1985, by Gwen Lister, owned by Namibia Media Trust with Tangeni Amupadhi as editor since 1 October 2011, has consistently been the paper for the people, by remaining independent  and objective, maintaining high levels of integrity and being realistic and persistently unrelenting in its quest for the truth.
Hence the slogan “Still Telling It Like It Is”.
 

Cover Price: sold

Windhoek Observer

LSM Group: 5-9 | Print Order: 10 000 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English

The primary objective of the Windhoek Observer is to live up to its new and very ambitious brand promise- “Setting the Nation’s Agenda”.

The Windhoek Observer is a weekly newspaper, with a print order of  10 000 copies, sold on Fridays across the entire country inclusive of its 13 regions.

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