The Northern Cape’s vastness and desolate splendour can be as emotionally evocative as other notable landscapes in South Africa. Moreover, its characteristic semi-arid climatic conditions and beautiful sparse vegetation have not stopped the creation of several successful and commercially important agricultural industries; Upington, for example, hosts the headquarters of numerous well-known companies operating in the livestock, dried fruit, table grape and wine sectors. Given the stunning and severe landscape, however, the region’s tourism and service industries also contribute significantly to the regional economy.
The publication concentrates its reporting on local and community news, school news and notable achievements by pupils, police and local governance news, church and charitable organisation news, lifestyle news and more. As mentioned, the advertising sheets are also a valuable source of information regarding retail offerings and specials. The paper has a print order of 14 500 copies, and is distributed weekly on Wednesdays.
- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 14 500 Copies Distributed Weekly
- Frequency: Weekly Wednesday
- Target Audience: Local Community
- Area of Distribution: Aggeneys, Alexander Bay, Augrabies, Boesmandland, Brandvlei, Calvinia, Groblershoop, Grootdrink, Leerkrans, Kakamas, Kamieskroon, Kanoneiland, Keimoes, Kenhardt, Kuruman, Lamprechtsdrift, Leerkrans, Marydale, Nababeep, Ariamsvlei, Okiep, Olifantshoek, Pofadder, Port Nolloth, Postmasburg, Prieska, Sishen, Springbok, Nababeep, Garies, Okiep, and Upington.