- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 30,100 Copies Distributed Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Wednesday/Thursday
- Target Audience: Local Community
- Area of Distribution: Emdeni, Jabulani, Moletsane, Naledi, Naledi ext 1, Naledi ext 2, Tladi, Zola and Zondi
Johannesburg metropolis in Gauteng is modern and a pride of the country. Joburg boasts of distinct suburbs and townships. One of those contributing to what Johannesburg is is Midrand. Midrand is an area in central Gauteng Province, South Africa. It is situated between Centurion and Kyalami, and is part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Suburbs that are generally regarded as being in Midrand include among others: Country View, Carlswald, Crowthorne, Glen Austin, Halfway House, Halfway Gardens, Vorna Valley, Noordwyk and Randjesfontein.
Soweto is an English abbreviation for South Western Townships. Located in the south of the city and bordering the city’s mining belt, Soweto has over the years transformed from a legacy of the apartheid era to a vibrant, energetic hub which reflects the true South African culture and identity. Defined more as a city now than a township, Soweto has modern schools, hospitals, businesses and shopping malls as well as many social amenities.
Residents of this vibrant part of Johannesburg and thousands of tourists who visit always look out for the Zola Urban News to know what’s happening in the community. This newspaper is part of the Urban News publications which was launched in 2005 and also includes the Protea Urban News. This newspaper is trusted by both the young and old when it comes to coverage of community affairs.
The key decision makers and breadwinners who make the weekly shopping lists and decide about larger purchases enthusiastically welcome the Zola Urban News Newspaper every week in their homes. When it comes to advertising, this newspaper provides different advertising options that are aimed at suiting every budget, from the entrepreneur just starting out to large retail businesses.
Zola Urban News boasts of 30,000 print order with copies distributed every Wednesday and Thursday into areas such as Emdeni, Jabulani, Moletsane, Naledi, Naledi ext 1, Naledi ext 2, Tladi, Zola and Zondi.