Kempton Express was founded in the early 1980s when the then emerging Caxton group bought Kempton Nuus.

Kempton Nuus was owned by the Eybers family and was a sold newspaper.

With the establishment of Kempton Express, Kemptonians were introduced to a free newspaper distributed to every household, covering all aspects of local news.

Over the past 30 odd years we have cemented ourselves in the Kempton Park community and became the voice of an ever changing society. We have seen the city grow and change while reporting on all the developments.

When Kempton Express was first published, not much technology existed. Reporters worked on manual typewriters and stories were cut out and glued to pages. Then came computers and things started to change to where we stand today.

One thing that has not changed over the years is our commitment to our readers. We still and will always believe in bringing readers well balanced news without any bias. We are your voice.

With the introduction of this web site, we now also cater for those readers who prefer to get their news online, presented in the same responsible way as in the printed version of Kempton Express.

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