MapStudio offer street level, tourist mapping, customised, wall maps, road atlases, digital maps and solutions for South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Angola and Africa. We also own the Globetrotter travel guides which boast over 120 international destinations
Publisher profile: MapStudio
Politics, local and international news, arts and culture, and sports from the weekly Mail and Guardian newspaper. Also has a weblog section. Some articles available to subscribers only.
Publisher profile: Mail & Guardian
In August 2008 Random House South Africa and Struik Publishers announced their merger to create a significant new player in the African book publishing industry. The new company, known as Random House Struik (Pty) Ltd, brought together two of the country's most prominent book publishers under the...
Publisher profile: Random House Struik
NB Publishers is the holding company for several of the largest South African publishers of general books, amongst others Tafelberg and Human & Rousseau.
Publisher profile: NB Publishers
Cape Media Corporation is South Africa's leading publisher of specialist business-to-business magazines, with titles covering all major sectors of industry. Leading this stable is Leadership magazine, an institution among South African magazines providing intelligence and insight since 1978. Cape...
Publisher profile: Cape Media Corporation
Online newspaper covering KwaZulu-Natal, Natal Midlands and Pietermaritzburg.
Publisher profile: The Natal Witness
Publishers of literature, general nonfiction, cookery, arts and craft books, and children's books in Afrikaans and English.
Publisher profile: Human & Rousseau
Africa's #1 Job Board and career advice connecting employers, recruiters and jobseekers. Over 1 million registered African professionals worldwide search fresh job listings posted daily.
Publisher profile: DiaspoCareers
Cape Town's morning daily. News, business, sport, weather and classifieds. Certain articles available to subscribers only.
Publisher profile: Cape Times