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George Herald

George is a South African municipal city known for being a popular holiday and conference centre as well as being the administrative and commercial hub of the Garden Route. It is in George where one can find the Outeniqua Transport Museum which has steam trains and vintage cars. Being such a vibrant community means that this community is not short of news and events worth covering. One publication playing a pivotal role in this regard is the George Herald. Whether residents are in search of hard, political and international news, or reliable reporting on local news, sports and schools news, church and charity news, community issues and gatherings, municipal news, crime/police news, and lifestyle events, the George Herald is the first place they turn to. The Herald has also earned a reputation for high quality advertising for local business offerings and retail bargains.

George Heralds currently prints 19 800 copies, and is distributed on Thursdays in the following areas: Aberdeen, Albert, Colesberg, Cradock, Danabaai, Fraaiuit, George, Gouritsmond, Graaff Reinet, Grootbaai, Hart en Bos, Heidelberg, Herolds Bay, Jansenville, Klein Brak, Knysna, Ladysmith, Maraisburg, Middelburg, Mosselbay, Noupoort, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay, Rheebok, Richmond, Riversdale, Sedgefield, Stilbaai, Uniondale, Wilderness, and Willowmore.

  • Tabloid Newspaper
  • Printed on Newsprint Paper
  • 19,800 Copies Distributed Weekly Thursday
  • Frequency: Weekly Thursday
  • Target Audience: Local Community
  • Area of Distribution: Aberdeen,Albert,Colesberg,Cradock,Danabaai,Fraaiuit,George,Gouritsmond,Graaff Reinet, Grootbaai, Hartenbos, Heidelberg, Herolds Bay, Jansenville, Klein Brak, Knysna, Ladysmith, Maraisburg, Middelburg, Mossel Bay, Noupoort, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay,Rheebok,Richmond,Riversdale,Sedgefield,Stilbaai,Uniondale,Wilderness,Willowmore.

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