South African Newspapers

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South African Newspapers by 'Living in South Africa'

In this ExpatCapeTown listing you will find information on South African newspapers for your reference. These daily papers contain national SouthAfrica news and international news as well as local reports and information. Just click on the links and get referred onto their pages.

Popular South African newspapers

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South Africa Newspapers with a strong focus on local news

Among the many these are the most important ones covering South Africa news, business, travels, life and ad sections. These papers have smaller sections for national and international news and put more emphasis on local events and regional news reports.

  • Cape Town: Click here to read a detailed listing for Cape Town
  • Port Elizabeth: • The Herald • Port Elizabeth Express
  • Durban• Daily News • The Independent on Saturday • The Mercury
  • Johannesburg• The Sowetan
  • Pretoria• Pretoria News

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