Mpumalanga News is a sold community newspaper that was established in 1994 and best appeals to rural communities within the boundaries of the Lowveld Region who rely on it for various news content pertaining to community development, safety and security and economic opportunities.

It boasts of a weekly print-order of 15 000 copies and is published every Thursday. Its content focuses on both urban and rural communities, keeping them on tabs with a variety of hard, community, entertainment, business, finance and sports news in and around the Lowveld Region.

Lately, the newspaper, which is published in English, also includes a weekly column on Swazi culture, which has become popular among traditionalists, including learners at schools.

The newspaper is available at business hubs, shopping centres, supermarkets, taxi ranks, bus terminals and other outlets.

While it is a mainly black-read newspaper in the Nelspruit metropolitan area, it has extended its popularity among all major towns in and around the Lowveld Region, which include White River, Hazyview, Bushbuckridge, Acornhoek, Lydenburg, Barberton, Badplaas, Malalane and Komtaipoort – it also appeals to all race groups and age groups.

Advertorials are offered free of charge to expose new businesses when they advertise in the Mpumalanga News and it is audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulation.

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Reception Number: 013 754 1600

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