- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 12 000 Copies Distributed Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Wednesday
- Target Audience: Local Community
- Area of Distribution: eShowe, Melmoth, Nongoma, Hlabisa, Ulundi, Zululand Interior
Since its founding in 2008, Eyethu KwaZulu-Natal has steadily grown its readership and status and today enjoys the distinction of being the largest black owned stable of community news publications operating in the province. With a combined total of 301 000 copies distributed on a weekly basis across eleven respected titles, the brand’s penetration is beyond impressive, and it never falters in its commitment to bring its extensive and diverse readership only the best quality reporting on important local and community interest news. The stable has boldly chosen isiZulu as its preferred language, and has as consequence reached many who, due to language barriers, would otherwise be excluded from mainstream print media. The choice of isiZulu has also had the effect of earning Eyethu KZN’s publications a loyal and appreciative audience.
Eyethu Zululand, as a title within the Eyethu KZN stable, similarly strives to provide its readers with only the highest quality news and the very best in journalistic integrity and excellence. The paper serves communities in the Ulundi and Nongoma regions in northern KwaZulu-Natal. Further, as a recognised member of the latter communities, the paper is continually working to maintain the trusting relationships it has built over the years, believing that respect for its readers is paramount to this effort.
The municipal district of Zululand has almost a million residents, many of which are thoroughly engaged in the traditional Zulu culture and lifestyle, and in this regard, Eyethu Zululand is sensitive to the unique needs and interests of its readers.