Eyethu Amajuba

Eyethu KwaZulu-Natal was born in 2008, and is currently the largest circulating Black owned newspaper brand in the Province. We are proud to point out that our 11 community based newspapers tally up a total of over 301 000 copies produced weekly. Our readership is extensive, and we have worked hard to gain trust as a credible and unbiased source of important community news. Moreover, we’d like highlight the fact that whereas isiZulu has been neglected as a language in the media in the past, it is the language of choice in our publications, naturally ensuring a large and loyal readership given KwaZulu-Natal’s demographic profile.

The Eyethu Amajuba Newspaper falls under the umbrella of Eyethu KwaZulu-Natal, and is the foremost paper for residents from Newcastle to Madadeni who are in search of relevant, local and well-researched news. The name “Amajuba” comes from isiZulu (meaning “place of doves”), and is believed to have been named by Shaka’s ipmi warriors in 1825. The area enjoys a rich heritage and is closely associated with the many wars fought in Northern KwaZulu-Natal in the 19th century.

Print Rates

Print Order: 15 200
Frequency: Weekly
Distribution: Thursday/Friday
Area: Newcastle – Madadeni
Free/Sold: Free
Language: English

Booking Deadline:
 Tuesday at 14h00
Material Deadline: Tuesday at 16h00
Full Page Size: 390 mm x 265 mm
Column Width:  8 columns x 31 mm

ROP Rates:

Black and White: R23.51
1 Spot: R29.39
Full Colour: R35.26

Vacancy & Auction Rates

Black and White: R24.47
1 Spot: R30.59
Full Colour: R36.71

Loose Insert Rates

Pages: Insert Rate: If Printed By CTP:
1-8 Pages R 760 R 525
1-16 Pages R 835 R 606
18-24 Pages R 915 R 655
28-32 Pages R 1001 R 724
36-40 Pages R 1 080 R 783
44-48 Pages R 1 156 R 853
50-58 Pages R 1 248 R 919
60-68 Pages R 1 350 R 994
72+ Pages R 1 455 R 1 074

Terms and Conditions:

Please note these are advertising rates for 2016-2017
All rates on this page exclude VAT
Please contact us directly for Recruitment Rates
Please note that rates and print orders are subject to change

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