Northern Cape

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

De Aar Echo

LSM Group: 4-8 | Print Order: 1 324 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

De Aar Echo is an established newspaper distributed in De Aar and surrounds in the Northern Cape.

This publication was established in 1919 and Mr Clarence Wood has been the editor and part owner since 1973.

This local newspaper is published weekly – distributing 1 430 copies to the nearby towns and subscribers from different towns in the R.S.A.

Cover Price: Sold & Free

die Plattelander

LSM Group: 4-6 | Print Order: 2 700 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Die Plattelander has established a trademark by serving our local neighbourhood as the number one source of local news and advertising. Our unique way of creating an intimate relationship between the community itself and our readers, provides our advertisers with an active connection to their target audience.

Cover Price: Sold & Free

Kathu Gazette

LSM Group: 4-9 | Print Order: 10 000 | Grassroots | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans, Setswana

The Kathu Gazette is a tabloid-sized, full-colour weekly community newspaper, with its offices based in Kathu. It has been in operation since July 2006. The number of pages vary from 12 to 20 pages, depending on the number and sizes of advertisements received.

It is a hybrid publication, being sold at R4 a copy in its main centres of distribution and issued for free in the neighbouring villages as well as larger centres some distance away. These include the likes of Upington, Postmasburg, Olifantshoek and Hotazel. There are currently approximately 50 distribution points.

 

Cover Price: Sold

Noordwester/ Oewernuus

LSM Group: 4-9 | Print Order: 1 750 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Noordwester was established in 1917 and started distributing every week on Fridays at Calvinia in the North Western Cape. Later on in 1995, Oewernuus was established – covering the towns of Prieska, Marydale and Niekerkshoop. The  demand from local readers grew for both publications and Noordwester extended their distribution to also cover the areas of Oewernuus. Eventually the two papers were joined together hence the name Noordwester/Oewernuus. Presently this publication covers a huge area in Northern Cape.

Cover Price: Sold

Victoria West Messenger

LSM Group: 4-9 | Print Order: 500 | Uncertified | Frequency: Weekly
Format: Tabloid | Languages: English, Afrikaans

Victoria West Messenger was established in 1875 and has proudly ever since kept the vicinity informed about events in the towns of Victoria West, Loxton and Vosburg.

Victoria West Messenger keeps readers abreast of the events at municipalities, agricultural and social happenings spread over the vast territory of our circulation area.

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