Mpumalanga province is endowed with immense natural resources and many towns dotted around. One of the towns featuring prominently on the list is Hazyview. Hazyview is a small farming town in Mpumalanga, South Africa and is renowned for its banana industry. Close to Kruger National Park, the town’s name is derived from the shimmering haze that occurs during the heat of summer. Hazyview is just a mere 5 Kilometres from Phabeni Gate which leads into the world renowned Kruger National Park.
This town is also a stop on the Panorama Route that definitely cannot be ignored. With 3 Golf Courses within a 5 km range of the Town centre, it is also a perfect place to just kick back and relax in of one of the friendliest towns in South Africa.
Since 2006, the local community have been counting on the Hazyview Herald community newspaper which covers the interests, day to day activities, local issues, social gatherings and hobbies of residents and visitors to the town.
As far as local government issues goes, the Hazyview Herald only reports on news concerning traffic, licencing, water and sewerage problems. Hazyview forms part of the gateway to the world-renowned Kruger National Park and a substantial portion of the content of the Hazyview Herald Newspaper is dedicated to news and events about the Park. Hazyview Heralds 3500 copies are distributed fortnightly on Friday.
- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 3,500 Copies Distributed Friday
- Frequency: Fortnightly Friday
- Target Audience: Local Community
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