Mpumalanga (Zulu name for “the place where the sun rises”) is a province in eastern South Africa, bordering the nations of Swaziland and Mozambique. It embraces the southern half of Kruger National Park, a huge nature reserve with abundant wildlife including big game. The province’s iconic Blyde River Canyon, among the world’s largest, is known as a green canyon because of its subtropical foliage. Mpumalanga is considered by millions of people to be one of the most geographically diverse and unbelievably beautiful places in South Africa.
Apart from its scenic beauty, Mpumalanga also happens to be the home of the Mpumalanga Mirror newspaper. Established in 2005 with 120,000 copies inserted into all Caxton publications in the province, Mpumalanga Mirror provides readers with accurate reports on local news of importance to them such as the latest hard news, political news, sports news and many more. This newspaper also provides advertisers with instant access to a wider readership.
Mpumalanga Mirror newspapers 158,000 copies are distributed Bi-weekly on Tuesday/Friday in the Barberton Times, Corridor Gazette, Daller, Highvelder, Lowvelder, Middelburg Observer, Mpumalanga News, Ridge Times, Standerton Advertiser, Witbank news, Steelburg incl and Lydenburg News.
- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 158,000 copies Distributed Bi-Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Tuesday & Friday
- Target Audience: Mpumalanga
- Area of Distribution: Badplaas, Barberton, Belfast, Bushbuckridge, Kruger National Park, Kanyamazane, Lydenburg, Malelane, Nelspruit, Shongwe, White River, Arnot, Groblersdal, Hendrina, Marble Hall, Stoffberg, Witbank, Komati, Wonderfontein, Loskop, Pullens hope, Middelburg, Bronkhorstspruit, Kriel, Hectorspruit, Kamhlushwa, Komatipoort, Leopard Creek, Marloth Park, Naas, Amsterdam, Bethal, Breyten, Carolina, Chrissiesmeer, Davel, Ermelo, Lothair, Morgenzon, Sheepmoor, Wesselton, Standerton, Vrede, Burgersfort, Ohrigstad and Steelpoort.