Avusa Media

About Us

The Avusa Media division is a premier newspaper and magazine publisher with the most recognised brands in Africa. This stable of world-class publications is made up of a number of national, regional and community newspapers and magazines in consumer, business and specialist fields.

The brands include Sunday Times, The Times, The Sowetan, Sunday World, Daily Dispatch, The Herald, ELLE, Home Owner and many more. This also includes the online titles TimesLive and SowetanLive, trade and industry specific publications such as MIMS, Built, etc.

In order to offer robust solutions to our clientele, Avusa media also owns design and online marketing agencies that not only serve internal requirements but also enable the delivery of end-to-end marketing solutions to our customers.

Avusa’s media titles recognise that the right to media freedom flows from the right to freedom of expression guaranteed in section 16 of the Constitution of South Africa. Therefore, in performing our role in facilitating the dissemination of information, we seek to uphold the values of the constitution. To this end Avusa Media is guided by a code of conduct that that is closely aligned to the South African Press Code.



Contact Details

Email: care@avusa.co.za
Phone: (011) 280 3000
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