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Engineering News is South Africa’s premier source of weekly real-economy news on projects, products, policies, personalities and technoeconomic progress, covering a wide range of industries from agroprocessing to information technology, mainly in South and Southern Africa. Each week, 13 506 copies are circulated and read by 71 582 readers.

Engineering News Online
To be found on the internet at, Engineering News Online provides real time news reportage through originated written, video and audio material. Each week, an average of over 115 887 page impressions are generated by an average of 51 145 online readers. Readers may choose to visit the free to air aspects of the site, may register for a daily email newsletter and may choose to subscribe to the sites full search function and back copy archive. A mobile-phone version of the Engineering News website is available at and an Engineering News Application is also available in the iTunes store for users of the iPhone.

Reinette Classen – Chief Operating Officer: Sales & Marketing
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Telephone: +2711 622 3744

Cape Business News

Cape Business News, founded in 1980, is a specialist publication that provides business readers with comprehensive news on a monthly basis, with extensive coverage of the Cape’s general business trends, events, statistics, new products, services and projects. It is primarily a promotional vehicle for companies that have the Cape Business community as a primary target market.

Green Economy Journal

We are a media company focused on delivering cutting edge content on, among other things, green buildings in South Africa, both residential through our Smart Green Home Magazine, and commercial, through our Green Economy Journal, and others. We talk to top decision makers, the giants and the small start up companies in South Africa on the most up to date projects/systems/services available and the most economical way to a sustainable economical future.

Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN)

Founded in 2004, Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN) is a publishing company based in Cape Town, producing print and electronic business-to-business publications.

GAN currently publishes a series of 11 annual print journals profiling each of South Africa’s nine provinces as business and investment destinations, together with a national title, South African Business, an annual business and investment guide to the country. In 2020, GAN launched African Business – an annual guide to business and investment in Africa and included additional titles into their fold, including the quarterly Opportunity and Blue Chip journals.

Regional business, trade and investment journals include Western Cape Business, Eastern Cape Business, KwaZulu-Natal Business, North West Business, Limpopo Business, Mpumalanga Business, Northern Cape Business, Gauteng Business and Free State Business (view or download publications as e-books here).

The monthly digital newsletter, TradeInvestAfrica, promotes business, trade and investment in Africa.

SA Outlook

The quarterly magazine is a source of information from Current Affairs, Finance and Business development, Education, Travel & Tourism and Trade & Investment. It provides a platform for dialogue between businesses and communities. Distribution stretches from key decision makers to the public arena.

Platinum Gold Radio

Platinum Gold Radio is an internet–only radio station, combining great conversation, entertainment and feel good music. Based in Gauteng, South Africa, this magazine–style, modern radio station broadcasts to a dynamic audience across South Africa and globally, in an easy going style keeping them informed and entertained. Regular on-site broadcasts bring a fresh aspect to this up to date radio format.

South African Business Integrator

South African Business Integrator is a national audited business to business publication with its focus on both the public and private sectors in southern Africa. The main focus of the publication is to synchronize business information, business cultures and align strategies and business goals between the public and private sectors.

The publication serves as an interaction medium between businesses. Its main objective is to inform, educate and advise key industry leaders on business objectives, strategic decisions, good management practice and governance, sound financial management practice and ultimately bridging the gap of transformation and transparency between the public and private sector.

SA Profile

SA Profile is an annual reference book promoting businesses and entrepreneurs in South Africa to both the public and private sector, by profiling their corporate identity.

We aim to connect diverse business strategies and networking across the corporate sphere.

To Build

To Build is an ABC certified business-to-business mainstream publication which is an effective medium to use for building your brand and communicating directly to your targeted audience. The handbook focuses on the latest developments and trends within the Built Environment as well as educating its readers through informative industry news.

The editorial is distinctive in the way it conveys information on interior or exterior décor, architectural trends, the latest building technologies and projects throughout South Africa. To Build is an easy to use tool for the industry player and consumer when planning on building or renovating.

SA Building Review

SA Building Review is a national annual resource handbook with its central focus on the identity of building products and services within the built environment in South Africa. It allows the supplier and manufacturer the opportunity to be identified and exposed in a more detailed and comprehensive manner to the building, architectural and design industry. SA Building Review’s main focus is on advertorial, therefore giving it a more informative and personal approach to the targeted audiences.

SA Polymer Technology

SA Polymer Technology is the official magazine of the Plastics Institute of Southern Africa and the Plastics Convertors Association. The magazine is published six times a year in Feb, April, June, August, October and December and has a circulation list of over 3 000. The address list comprises companies and individuals across the spectrum of the Southern African plastics industry – from equipment and material manufacturers and suppliers, their agents and principals; plastics convertors, recyclers, raw material manufacturers, product manufacturers and plastics services and ancillaries suppliers. Our readers also include members of research and development facilities in South Africa.

Leadership Magazine

For the past 37 years, Leadership magazine has been a vital part of publishing in South Africa. Proudly South African and brimming with insights, intelligence and interviews with leaders at the cutting edge of all aspects of our society, it is little wonder that it has scooped up numerous prestigious awards, both locally and globally. The publication is a must-read for leaders across a broad swathe of industry, business, politics and other spheres and has a plethora of top awards to its credit. These include a record 13 PICA Awards, including Business Magazine of the Year, Best Publication Professional Services, Business Magazine Editor of the Year, Business Magazine Design of the Year and Best Front Cover. Leadership has also won a record 17 International Tabbie Awards, including Best Single Issue of the Year, Best Feature Article, Best Opening Spread and Best Front Cover, as well as a record 14 Mondi Premier Awards.

Black Business Quarterly (BBQ)

Black Business Quarterly (BBQ) is South Africa’s premier journal for black business leaders. Since its launch in 1999, BBQ has been the mouthpiece of South Africa’s business community through its projection of excellent editorial on happenings within the ever-evolving black business fraternity. Throughout the years, BBQ has been championing its competition by being the longest standing and most successful black business publication in South Africa.

Jewellers’ Network

Jewellers’ Network aims to connect inspiration globally by providing innovative ways to promote local manufacture, network, create opportunities for interaction, stimulate trade, explore export opportunities and spread knowledge in the Jewellery, Watch and Diamond sector. It is committed to the growth and development of this Industry in Southern Africa With The Jewel Trader published 4 times a year, The Jewel Trader Online Digital Magazine Monthly and our extremely active Website – The Jewellers’ Network is as unique as the South African Jewellery landscape. The company offers exceptional service to all trading in and with the Industry by offering unique services, valuable information, news, a detailed referral system and more. Jewellers’ Network is an exciting company that is not only creating opportunities for interaction and networking but is stimulating trade and promoting local manufacture.

SA Plastics & Rubber Technology

SA Plastics & Rubber Technology magazine was launched in 2002 by Summit Publishing, based in Cape Town and owned by publisher/editor Martin Wells. Martin has more than 30 years’ experience as a journalist and editor focusing on the plastics industry. The magazine is published six times a year in Feb, April, June, August, October and December and has a mailing list of over 2 500. Our readers include individuals across the spectrum of the Southern African plastics industry – from equipment and material manufacturers and suppliers, their agents and principals; plastics converters, recyclers, raw material manufacturers, product manufacturers and plastics services and ancillaries suppliers. Our readers also include members of research and development facilities in South Africa. SA Plastics & Rubber Technology is the official magazine of the Plastics Institute of Southern Africa and the Plastics Converters Association. is an Online Trade Magazine featuring Products, Companies, News, Articles and Events for the Advanced Manufacturing, Factory Automation & 3D Printing industries. With an emphasis on the state of the art and on the horizon technologies that have strong prospects of commercialization, our philosophy is to create an outlet where the industry can share information and report on itself.

African Business Quarterly

African Business Quarterly is an exciting title on the vibrant African business  publication scene. Comprehensive, designed to reflect the exciting new face of business on our continent, the magazine captures the essence of doing business in Africa and paints a picture of a continent on the move. Expert analysis of new investment trends and profiles on industry and market leaders are the hallmarks of this prestigious publication. The magazine goes to key decision makers in African industry, commerce, the ICT, government, NGOs and listed companies. African Business Quarterly captures and reflects the exciting opportunities that exist for doing business in Africa, at a time when the continent is widely regarded as the place to be in terms of investment. Dynamic, up to date and always with its finger on the pulse, African Business Quarterly is a trendsetter, and a lightning conductor in the ever changing, challenging and exciting world of African business.


GreenEconomy.Media is a media company focused on policy, thought leadership, best practice, technology, and innovation in the green economy of South Africa and regionally.

We believe that once presented with knowledge and information, decision-makers will make the right choices. GreenEconomy.Media communicates the fundamental issues and facilitates the action needed for more environmentally responsible production into the future.

We aspire to advance the green economy community by creating powerful, responsive, and measurable media platforms that deliver insight and intelligence on all sustainable matters; as well as unparalleled access to buyers and sellers of green economy-related goods and services.


Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) contribute up to 45% of total employment and up to 33% of national income (GDP) in emerging economies. But SMEs face unique challenges: 3 out of 5 businesses fail within the first few months of operation. Causes to the failure include limited market access, limited access to information, finances and technology, and unfavorable policy and regulatory environment.

NßN mission is to create a business network between the players in the mature markets with the future leaders of the industry in the emerging markets.

We prospect, promote, and inform all the stakeholders in the energy, water, construction, and petrochemical sectors for the benefit and growth of NBN members.

Manufacturing Tomorrow

Online Trade Magazine – Industry 4.0 
Advanced Manufacturing and 
Factory Automation