Mossel Bay, a small coastal town in the famous Garden Route area, in the southern part of South Africa. This town is known for the wide Santos Beach and the 19th-century Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse, which offers bay views. The Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex includes the Maritime Museum, the Shell Museum and botanical gardens.
Today, Mosselbay is an essential and expanding provincial commercial hub of over 130 000 residents, and economic activity centres on agriculture, fishing, the small harbour, tourism and the large gas-to-liquid PetroSA Refinery.
Mossel Bay happens to be home of a thriving community newspaper known as the Mosselbay Advertiser. This newspaper is the people’s publication of choice for residents on the hunt for accurate and reliable reporting on local news, community news and gatherings, lifestyle news, events and school news, local entertainment news, and police and municipal news. In order to promote freedom of expression and allow readers to progressive raise ideas and issues, letters are a big part of the newspaper’s editorial policy.
Mossel Bay Advertiser currently enjoys a print order of 9 250 copies and its distribution footprint covers George, Grootbaai, Kleinbrak, Hartenbos, Rheebok, Fraaiuit, Mosselbay, Albert and Oudsthoorn.
- Tabloid Newspaper
- Printed on Newsprint Paper
- 9,250 Copies Distributed Friday
- Frequency: Weekly Friday
- 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 and Willowmore.