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The Times

The Times

About The Times: The Times is a popular South African daily newspaper and an offshoot of The Sunday Times, to whose subscribers it is delivered gratis. It is tabloid in size and is South Africa’s first totally interactive newspaper which publishes in tandem with the website www.thetimes.co.za. The Times has an interactive newsroom where reporters work alongside multimedia producers and photographers to produce content for the newspaper, the website and mobile phones. The Times is also available for purchase at a cover price of R3.50…

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Volksblad

Volksblad

About Volksblad: The Volksblad is an Afrikaans-language daily newspaper published in Bloemfontein, South Africa, and distributed in the Free State and Northern Cape provinces, where it is the largest Afrikaans daily. ‘We have gategories like News, Sport, Business, Opinion, Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Schedule to choose our news from. Volksblad front page have news from the month and on top the news in hours. The latest news everyday. History VOLKSBLAD, the oldest Afrikaans daily newspaper in South Africa, made its first appearance on 18 November…

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Die Burger

Die Burger

About Die Burger: Die Burger is a daily Afrikaans-language newspaper. Along with Beeld and Volksblad, it is one of three broadsheet dailies in the Media24 stable. History On 18 December 1914, sixteen prominent Afrikaners gathered in Stellenbosch to discuss the establishment of a national newspaper. With considerable financial support from local philanthropists Jannie and Christiaan Marais, the project soon got off the ground, with the founding of de Nasionale Pers (“the National Press”) and the selection of Dr. D. F. Malan as editor of its…

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The Star

The Star

About The Star: The Star is a daily newspaper based in Gauteng, South Africa. It is one of the titles under the Independent News & Media South Africa group. History The Star newspaper appeared for the first time in Johannesburg as The Eastern Star. It was founded in Grahamstown under that title on 6 January 1871, and was moved to the Witwatersrand sixteen years later by its owners, brothers Thomas and George Sheffield. In 1889, the name Eastern Star was changed to the one currently…

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Die Son

About Die Son: Die Son is an Afrikaans-language South African tabloid reporting sensational news. It is the South African newspaper with the largest increase in readership in recent years. The newspaper appears as a daily paper in some provinces and in other provinces as a weekly paper. The editorial seat is in Cape Town. The English-language edition and the Afrikaans edition share most of the content both with news and advertisement in them, except differences such as the Page 3 girl feature that the English…

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Daily Sun

Daily Sun

About Daily Sun: Daily Sun is the biggest daily newspaper in South Africa. It targets readers in and around the major urban centres. Most readers are black, English – literate with high – school or further education, we also have working-class earners – they are the economic core of South Africa. The newspaper is known for the horrific stories it publishes daily and is often criticized for its heavy reporting of tikoloshe stories. Daily Sun’s unique selling point has always been to understand what readers…

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