A BRAND YOU CAN COUNT ON
The newspaper is published Bi-monthly consisting of a mid-month edition (15th of the month) and an end-month edition (29th of the month).
The end of the month publication averages 48 pages per edition making for a very informative read covering many topics.
The mid month edition is distributed just to Lenasia & Lenasia South and is more appropriate for local advertisers.
Advertising is of a high quality in the publication and is vast, as well as varied. Whatever service/product you are looking for, you are very likely to find an advertiser in the Lenasia Times who would offer such. The newspaper also has two very exciting supplementary sections:
The Lenasia Times Motoring supplement – A very informative, detailed section for the motoring enthusiast with a vast array of adverts catering for all your motoring needs such as Car Sales/Buys, Servicing, Repairs, General Maintenance and all Motoring related aspects.
Our Motoring section has an individual website www.motoringsa.com
The Lenasia Times Travel section – A thoroughly enjoyable section which informs readers of ideal travel destinations, issues pertaining to Hajj and Umrah and pilgrimages as well as general information pertinent to those who love travelling. The section also has a variety of adverts catering for all your travel needs.
Soweto Times is distributed in the greater Soweto area (click on COVERAGE). This exciting monthly read has proven immensely popular with residents of South Africa’s most famous and historic township – Soweto.
Eldorado Times the third sister publication of Lenasia Times is making tremendous inroads in the very vibrant communities of Eldorado Park, Ennerdale and other similar areas.
Benoni Times circulates in the Indian areas of Benoni. It is distributed in the towns of Actonville, Lakefield, McKenzie Park, New Modder, Rynsoord, and other surrounding areas going as far as Brakpan and popular estates that have been recently developed, and is distributed in Malls like East Rand Mall, Carnival City Mall etc…
Northern Times formed in 2016, circulates in the northern areas of Johannesburg and southwest Tshwane, amongst which include affluent Johannesburg suburbs such as Northcliff, Houghton, Killarney, Norwood, Greenside and Emmarentia; and in the Pretoria area renowned suburbs such as Laudium, Christoburg and Erasmia; with circulation also occurring in Marlboro, Midrand, Eldoraigne and at the many Pretoria townhouse estates and complexes such as those found along the R55 and Heuwelsig.
All our publications use the Heatset method for printing, the Heatset method, which quite literally meticulously burns the ink into the paper, ensures quality in the output, giving the newspaper an almost glossy, magazine-like look where even slight details are quite cleanly visible and apparent. Using the Heatset method of printing gives our publications a massive edge over other publications who use the lesser quality Coldset method of printing which doesn’t produce the same level of excellent detail, gloss, quality and print error-free aspects such as the Heatset method which is overwhelmingly the norm for all products.
The brand Lenasia Times can now boast to be circulated (through the main and associated publications) in almost the entire region of Western and Central Gauteng, and there are plans to enhance the historic brand even further by expanding into newer areas.