With a combined weekly distribution of 301 000 copies, Eyethu KZN is the largest stable of black owned community newspaper titles in the entire province. The Eyethu KZN stable was established in 2008, and today has eleven titles that serve urban, suburban, agricultural and rural areas throughout KZN. Given this commanding position within the South African media landscape, the brand has put considerable effort into building and maintaining a reputation that speaks to its dedication to journalistic excellence and integrity. Additionally, the Eyethu titles have chosen isiZulu as their preferred language medium, which means that many South Africans who may, due to language barriers, have been left out of the fold now have access to independent and high quality newspapers. The language demographics in KZN have also given rise to a large and loyal readership across the province.
Eyethu Intshonalanga is certainly a very popular title from Eyethu KZN, and serves its various distribution areas by bringing residents accurate and unbiased reporting on local and community news, municipal news, schools and local sports news, local events, church and charity news, and, of course, entertainment news. Advertising inserts also play an important function in communicating local retail and service offerings, as well as current specials and shopping bargains. As per the example set by Eyethu KZN, Eyethu Intshonalanga continually strives to meet and surpass the highest of standards.
- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 30 000 Copies Distributed Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Thursday
- Target Audience: Local Community
- Area of Distribution: Berkshire Downs, Cato Ridge, Caversham Glen, Clermont, Klaarwater, Kwadabeka, Kwandengezi, Marian Hill Park, Marian Ridge, Nazareth, Pinetown CBD, Old Main Road (Pinetown)