List of South African newspapers for information on sports, entertainments, politics, jobs, education, lifestyles, travel, real estate, and business.
One of the most widely circulated newspaper published in South Africa.
Business newspaper based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Tabloid format English-language daily owned by Caxton and CTP Publishers and Printers Limited.
South African top selling weekly newspaper owned by Avusa. The newspaper owned by 1906 and published on Sunday's.
Daily newspaper published in Pietermaritzburg, SA. Founded in 1846 the Witness is one of the oldest newspapers in South Africa.
Daily Zulu-language newspaper published in Durban, South Africa.
Daily English-language afternoon newspaper published in Durban, South Africa.
Daily English-language newspaper published in South Africa. The newspaper was established in 1876 and owned by the Independent News and Media.
English-language news & information on politics, business, sports, and more.
English-language daily newspaper published in Pretoria, Gauteng, SA.
Daily newspaper was founded in 1981 and serving Soweto, Johannesburg, Gauteng Province.
Afrikaans language daily broadsheet newspaper was founded in 1914.
Tabloid style newspaper published in Afrikaans-language.
South Africa's one of a few Jewish newspapers.
Weekly newspaper published in Johannesburg, SA. The newspaper was founded in 1985 and owned by M&G Media.
Newspaper published by Independent News & Media. The newspaper serving Durban, SA.
South African English language newspaper published in Durban, South Africa. The Mercury owned by Independent News and Media.
Daily newspaper based in Cape Town, South Africa. The newspaper owned by Independent News & Media in Cape Town, South Africa.
News and information website based in South Africa.
One of South Africa's leading news and information site.
Indian lifestyle news source in South Africa.
Student newspaper at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.
Student newspaper of the University of Cape Town (UCT).
Biweekly newspaper published at the University of Stellenbosch.