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Future Bride 2015 launch - Ananzi.co.za
Future Bride 2015 launch

The 29th edition of Future Bride is distributed free at various selected bridal exhibitions such as The NWJ Bridal Fair, The Indaba held in Durban and The Wedding Expo at the Coca Cola Dome in Johannesburg. This annual coffee table publication's popularity is the content, with articles covering the latest bridal trends and etiquette, from creative catering and colourful receptions to bridal beauty and glamorous gowns, not to mention inspirational photographs of real brides, grooms and big-day celebrations. A winning combination of enduring quality, top-class content and visual appeal have made Future Bride an indispensable tool for brides-to-be, as well as the best platform for advertisers to reach their niche market.

Issued by Ananzi.co.za 6 Mar 2015 11:53

24.com launches News24Wire to replace Sapa
24.com launches News24Wire to replace Sapa

Media24's digital division, 24.com, has announced plans for a news wire service launching in April. The announcement comes in the wake of the South African Press Association's (Sapa) closure. The new service will be called News24Wire.

6 Mar 2015 08:49

heat magazine to close down
heat magazine to close down

Media24 have announced plans to close celebrity niche magazine heat. The company said this was in line with a clear plan to accelerate its digital-first strategy to best serve its digital audience, while consolidating its print portfolio behind its strongest brands.

25 Feb 2015 08:16

New monthly photo magazine launches
New monthly photo magazine launches

Izithombe is a new monthly photo story magazine that is a marketing tool, a literary initiative and a source of entertainment for working class South Africans who collectively spend R50bn per year. The first edition will be on shelves at selected Spar and Boxer stores from 23 February 2015.

19 Feb 2015 14:40

Bona magazine launches different covers for each of its languages - Caxton Magazines
Bona magazine launches different covers for each of its languages

Bona magazine, South Africa's most read monthly glossy magazine, has employed a bold and innovative way to distinguish its four language editions from each other with language indicators on the mastheads and different shots of its cover star.

Issued by Caxton Magazines 18 Feb 2015 12:42

John Brown Media celebrates a bumper start to 2015 - John Brown
John Brown Media celebrates a bumper start to 2015

Following a five-way agency pitch, John Brown Media, one of South Africa's leading content marketing agencies, is pleased to announce that they have been selected as the content partner for prestigious brands BMW and Mini.

Issued by John Brown 17 Feb 2015 13:12

When fake news goes viral, blame the media: study
When fake news goes viral, blame the media: study

WASHINGTON, US: It's true. Don't believe everything you read on the Internet...

17 Feb 2015 11:45

Naked issue blows whistle on violence against women and children
Naked issue blows whistle on violence against women and children

The latest issue of Marie Claire is its 'Naked' issue, in aid of Blow the Whistle (BTW) and supported by 1st For Women Insurance. Featuring 35 local celebrities in the nude, it aims to raise awareness of Blow the Whistle's support of women who are victims of rape and abuse.

17 Feb 2015 09:23

Twitterati roast RAG magazine
Twitterati roast RAG magazine

A racially provocative cover of a student magazine in Cape Town has drawn strong criticism...

17 Feb 2015 06:32

Anton Harber
Investment in people keeps news groups afloat

At a Future of News seminar at the University of the Witwatersrand last week, Financial Times (FT) of London managing editor James Lamont told how they had turned that operation around...

By Anton Harber 13 Feb 2015 05:55

Marion Scher
The state of news

It doesn't take a genius to work out that the way people take in news has totally changed over the last number of years...

By Marion Scher 11 Feb 2015 05:49

Lose It! launches website
Lose It! launches website

The Banting magazine, Lose It!, has launched a website and introduced an original and affordable six-week meal plan designed specifically for women, who may find they are not losing weight as men do.

6 Feb 2015 10:00

Sapa, 76, to close
Sapa, 76, to close

NEWSWATCH: Sapa, SA's only independent national wire service, is closing, reports Mail & Guardian...

6 Feb 2015 06:29