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Industry Print Media
Founded December 18, 1914 (establishment of Naspers) August 1, 2000 (establishment of Media24)
Headquarters Cape Town, South Africa[1]
Area served
South Africa
Key people
Esmaré Weideman (CEO)
Manie Mayman (CFO)[2]
Products Newspapers, Magazines, Books
R5.5 billion (2010)
Parent Naspers

Media24 is the print media arm of the South African media company Naspers. It controls Naspers' newspaper and magazine Southern African publishing as well as printing activities but also includes the internet activities of the collection of web portals. Media24 is Africa's largest publisher, printer, and distributor of magazines and related products, as well its largest newspaper publisher.

The company is housed in the Media24 Centre in the Foreshore in Cape Town.[1]


The new façade of the Media24 Centre (previously named the Naspers building) in Cape Town, 2015



Local Sold Newspapers[edit]

Local Free Newspapers[edit]

  • Uitenhage Despatch News
  • PE Express
  • Kouga Express
  • Unthatha Express
  • Queenstown Express


  • NB Publishers
  • Via Afrika
  • Collegium
  • Van Schaik Publishers
  • Jonathan Ball Publishers

See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b "About Media24". Media24. Retrieved 2016-08-10. 
  2. ^ "Management Team". Media24. Retrieved 2016-08-10.