- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 27 300 Copies Distributed Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Thursday
- Target Audience: Local Community
- Area of Distribution: Berea, Bulwer, Essenwood, Glenwood, Morningside, Musgrave, Umbilo, Glenmore, Carrington Heights, and Windemere.
The Berea Mail is the first stop for Berea residents in search of reliable and accurate news regarding the quaint suburb just outside Durban’s vibrant city centre. The paper is well-entrenched and trusted, and its experienced journalists and editorial team have worked tirelessly to maintain the Mail’s hard-won reputation. Readers looking for local and hyperlocal news, community and church news, local sports, schools and entertainment news need only turn to the Berea Mail for all the info they want. Additionally, the advertising inserts have also become an important source of information regarding local retail offerings, specials and bargains.
Berea Mail’s digital edition is always up to date, which puts the Berea Mail at readers’ fingertips whenever it suits them.
A bit about Berea: this Durban suburb is perched on the ridge lying just to the west of the CBD, and is bordered by Bonela, Westridge and Musgrave. Its wide, picturesque and tree-lined streets are characteristic of the suburb, and this, in combination with the eclectic mix of beautiful architectural styles, makes Berea a sought after area. In recent years, the suburb’s demographic has grown to include aspirant students looking for a safe and conveniently located area in which to stay.