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rooi rose is proud to announce the commencement of season 3 of rrRADIO in February 2020!

rooi rose is proud to announce the commencement of season 3 of rrRADIO in February 2020!

rrRADIO, rooi rose and Caxton Magazine’s first, free Afrikaans podcast channel for women, is expanding its programming for a second time, since its launch in June 2019. rrRADIO offers clients a new innovative and cost-effective way to connect to the Afrikaans market and sought-after rooi rose audiences.  “Over the first 2 seasons, rrRADIO downloads and impressions have grown organically at an exponential rate and we foresee that, during season 3, it will rise to 40 000+ impressions per month”, says rrRADIO Executive Producer and rooi rose Deputy Editor, Hannelie Diedericks.

Some feedback & reviews from listeners from season 1 & 2:

  • “Thank you for this enjoyable series.  I love every second of it!  At times I laugh out loud, and even cry a tear or two.  I only allow myself one episode each evening, so it will last longer.”
  • “What a wonderful podcast series! I can’t believe it’s finished now.”
  • “I adore this story immensely and have laughed and cried with the protagonist.  Elize Cawood is an excellent narrator.”
  • “rrRADIO – at long last! Finally an Afrikaans podcast channel to listen to.”
  • “rrRADIO is a stroke of genius. Thank you rooi rose, I love your podcasts.”

Season 3 will see the launch of two brand new series:

Lam in Wolfsklere

Lam in Wolfsklere is a new serial fiction series, which is based on the fun, light hearted novel written by popular Afrikaans author, Bernette Bergenthuin.  The story will be narrated by well-known actress and TV presenter Elma Postma (pictured).  New episodes will be released every Thursday morning from 27 February.

Ons diere & hul giere

Ons diere & hul giere is a new pet care series hosted by Ilse Salzwedel.  Pets are an integral part of our reader’s families’ and the show will focus on everything pet owners need to know about how to care for their pets.  We will interview various pet experts and veterinarians, and each episode will cover a pertinent topic for pet owners.  New episodes will be released every second Monday from 2 March.

The following popular series will return in season 3:

Tussen Ons 3

Tussen Ons 3 is a wellness programme hosted by rooi rose’s specialist journalist Mariette Snyman.  In this season we will focus on how people can help people close to them if they are experiencing a specific crisis, whether it’s divorce, death of loved one, terminal illness or any other life challenge.  New episodes will be released every Tuesday morning from 25 February.

Tee & Taai Toffies

This popular interview and advice series returns with a new cast of interesting celebrities who are interviewed by our veteran journalist and radio personality, Ilse Salzwedel.  In the second part of the interview, they attempt to give relationship advice to our listeners. We promise a listener’s experience filled with compassion and humour. New episodes will be released every second Wednesday morning from 2 March.

Ka-tjieng!

In the latest season of our financial advice series, specialist journalist Anet Schoeman, will talk to various experts in finance about everything you need to know and teach your child about finance. New episodes will be released every second Friday morning from 6 March.

rrRADIO can be streamed directly from rooirose.co.za and is also available wherever you listen to podcasts.  All the previous series from season 1 and 2 (Botox, Barbies & Bietse,  Dans met die rooi rok, Tussen Ons seasons 1 and 2) are still active. E-mail rrradio@caxton.co.za for more information.

 Photo credit Elma Postma: rooi rose

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BONA celebrates love this February

For the third consecutive year, BONA is celebrating South African love with an incredible issue. Themed #BONALove, the February issue features two variations of couples on its English, isiXhosa, seSotho and isiZulu covers. “The first cover version is a more mature couple who have been together for eleven years and just announced their new pregnancy, Salamina (36) and Tshepo ‘Howza’ Mosese. The other covers feature newlyweds; Senzo ‘Kwesta’ Vilakazi and Yolanda,” says Editor Bongiwe Tshiqi.

The brand has received quite a lot of applause on social media for featuring two prominent same sex couples this year. Engaged couple, Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala as well as actresses Mandisa Nduna and Thishiwe Ziqubu.

“Representation is incredibly important to us, and a brand like BONA has to give an honest reflection of South Africa and the people who live in it. In keeping with that, we wanted to make sure that we were fully representative of all sexual orientations,” she says. She further goes on to explain how strongly she feels about love being represented regardless of age or gender. As such, the first issue of this series in 2018 featured the legendary Caiphus Semenya and Letta Mbulu on the cover. “I feel that we’re sadly deprived of seeing couples over the age of 70 openly being affectionate with each other. Too often, the stories we tell are only of the youth, but love truly has no boundaries.”

The featured couples share their stories including how they met, their first date experiences and also dish out advice on how to navigate the tough times based on their own experiences.

“The February issue of love is traditionally one of our highest selling each year,” says Bongiwe. “My team and I are thrilled at how beautiful the issue is and we’re so grateful for all the positive feedback we’ve received so far. The issue is on shelves now.”

Anton Botes, General Manager at Caxton Magazines adds: “We applaud Bongiwe and her team on an extremely raw look at love at every stage and every orientation. It’s a remarkable issue that has generated very welcome conversation.”

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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rooi rose announces second season of rrRadio

rooi rose magazine, part of Caxton Magazines, is proud to announce the second season of rrRADIO, the first, free Afrikaans podcast channel for women, launching on 8 October 2019.  “The response to our first season was overwhelmingly positive from our listeners”, says  rrRADIO Executive Producer and Deputy Editor of rooi rose, Hannelie Diedericks. “It’s been amazing to see the downloads and impression numbers; across the channel; double every month and I can see the growth trend continue with the new additions we have planned for season 2. We are aiming to reach 30 000 to 40 000 impressions per month by the end of 2019.”

rrRADIO Season 2 will consist of 4 series:

  1. Dans met die rooi rok (Dance with the red dress)

Category: Serial fiction

20 Episodes

Episode length: 30 – 40 minutes

In this enthralling and suspenseful series, narrated by well-known TV and radio presenter, Bettie Kemp, we are introduced to Amelie du Raan.  Amelie walks away from her abusive boss and husband and moves to an old house in the countryside with her children. Here she is confronted with ghosts from her past. The first episode will air on 10 October.

  1. Ka-tjieng! (Ka-ching!)

Category: Financial advice

10 Episodes

Episode length: 30 – 40 minutes

Our seasoned financial journalist, Anet Schoeman, and various experts help listeners to make sense of all the possible financial pitfalls that they may come across. Each episode will tackle a specific topic which is relevant to every busy, modern woman’s life and financial wellbeing. The first episode will air on 18 October.

  1. Tussen Ons 2 (Between Us 2)

Category: Female health & wellness, body positivity

20 Episodes

Episode length: 25 – 40 minutes

In the second season our specialist journalist, Mariette Snyman, talks with various experts and inspirational women about how women can feel happier in their bodies, regardless of their age, background or body type. The first episode will air on 8 October.

  1. Tee & Taai Toffies (Tea & Sympathy)

Category: Celebrities, lifestyle, relationship advice

10 Episodes

Episode length: 45 – 60 minutes

Celebrities open up to our veteran journalist Ilse Salzwedel about their lives. In the second half of the episode they attempt to give relationship advice to listeners. We promise a listener’s experience filled with compassion and humour. The series will continue on 23 October.

RrRADIO is available wherever you listen to podcasts and can be streamed directly from rooirose.co.za/rooiroseradio/

E-mail rrradio@caxton.co.za for more information.

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Living & Loving’s Vlog series enters third season, and new series announced

South Africa’s heritage brand Living and Loving, now rebranded to Living & Loving Online, has just launched the third season of its online parenting vlog series #123Parent with wife, mother, artist and performer Melissa Swart. The brand has also announced the launch of Pappa Bakes hosted by actor and producer, JC Snooke of Wie’s jou Poppie and Prinses fame.

 “Now entering its third season, #123Parent has been an overwhelming success with our followers, viewers, readers and the brands that have partnered with us for this series,” says Living & Loving Online editor, Sonya Naude.

“In addition to #123Parent, we’re extremely excited to have launched Pappa Bakes with JC Snooke. The father of twin boys, he loves to bake when things get rough and he needs a bit of a breather! Like the #123Parent with Melissa Swart, we’re confident that our readers and viewers will embrace Pappa Bakes just as enthusiastically.”

Both series are produced by Life in a Bulb Productions, and are accessible through the Living & Loving Online Facebook page.

“As proof of the popularity of the vlog, Epi-Max has retained its brand sponsorship of #123Parent for the past two seasons, re-newing again for the third. With the past two seasons reaching between 5000 and 14 000 people per episode, we’re thrilled to see even more growth in the third season,” says Sonya.

Once again there is a R10 000 cash prize up for grabs for the Living & Loving Online Facebook fan who answers all ten questions correctly that are posed by Melissa at the end of each of the 10 episodes.

The Pappa Bakes series will see the host showcasing his culinary talents – baking everything from cupcakes for kids to showing dads how to make a peppermint crisp tart.

The Living & Loving Online brand can be found at www.livingandloving.co.za, on Facebook (Living and Loving Online), Twitter (LLOnlineSA), Pinterest (livingloving1) and Instagram (LivingAndLovingOnline).

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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Caxton Magazines evolves publishing models of two brands

Caxton Magazines has evolved the publishing strategy of two of its oldest brands, Living and Loving and Your Family, in line with the changing media environment and the way in which the modern reader is consuming niched content.

 Living and Loving is to be repositioned exclusively as an online parenting information portal but through its digital platform will still provide selected areas of its quality content in print through a bumper parenting section entitled Smart Parent which will be incorporated into Your Family. These changes will come into effect from October this year with the September issue of Living and Loving being the final print edition to go on sale.

Living and Loving magazine has, for nearly half a century and 588 issues, been regarded as South Africa’s most-loved parenting magazine, having provided generations of moms and dads with trusted advice on pregnancy, birth, and raising children from new born to five on a monthly basis. This service to readers will continue but will be more frequently updated and be at reader’s finger tips all the time

Editor Sonya Naude says: “In the last two years, our online audience has grown from strength to strength while, in line with international trends, print sales continued to shrink. Our audience is still interacting with us, but they’re doing it online on www.livingandloving.co.za and through our social media channels. We understand that consumer media consumption habits are changing and we’re adapting with them.”

A core Living and Loving team made up of its editor Sonya Naude and digital editor Xanet Scheepers, will continue to source and produce content in line with what ‘parennials’ (a new generation of Millennial moms and dads) want and need i.e. convenient and accessible information that is reliable and trustworthy.

Adding credence to its decision to embrace the digital model is the news that Living and Loving has just been voted the number one ‘SA Kids and Parenting Blogs, Websites and Newsletters’. Selections were based on Google reputation and search ranking; influence on social media sites; and quality and consistency of posts by the Feedspot Blog Reader editorial team and expert reviews.

Smart Parent, available in a new look Your Family magazine from October, will deal with parenting concerns that affect children at different ages and stages. This special 16-page section will have its own cover, printed on a thicker paper stock for easy access, and will have an interesting mix of news and features that relate to babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, tweens and teens. The section will also include a kiddies’ fashion feature.

Your Family editor Janine Collins adds: “This is an exciting opportunity for Your Family to extend its subject matter to include content that appeals to next-generation families with a wider age range of children and for advertisers to reach a larger, parenting-aligned readership in print. We’re optimistic about the brand’s future in this new format.”

 Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

 

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people Magazine revamps, adds new sections and stays on shelf longer

In line with global trends, media consumption behaviour is changing rapidly in South Africa and Caxton Magazines has made a bold move to keep up with changing consumer demands.

 As from Monday the 29th July, people, one of South Africa’s favourite celebrity, lifestyle and real-life magazine brands will be sporting a fresh face, exciting additional content and will remain on sale for longer.

 Editor Andrea Caknis says: “Never before has momentum in the print industry been as important and relevant as it is right now. Expanding into fresh (and sometimes dangerous) waters, delivering content differently and finding ways of standing out in a cluttered market have been driving forces behind the revamp of the now fortnightly people magazine.”

A firm legacy brand, people which has been a staple in South African homes for more than three decades, promises to get even better from here as it enters a brand new and exciting phase.

“I read a piece in a magazine the other day and it really hit home,” says Caknis. “The reality is this: no app, no streamlined website, no vertical integration, no social network, no algorithm, no paywall, no soft paywall has come close to matching the success of print in terms of its permanence and reader loyalty. And with that in mind, we have taken on the challenge to keep up with these giants, and continue to grow stronger than ever! No matter how technology advances, there will always be something human and substantial about a print publication. It’s that feel of actual paper between your fingers, knowing that tomorrow it will still be there should you want to pick it up for a re-read.”

It’s new look has seen the magazine take a giant leap forward and includes a whole new revamp, and not just in terms of design. people now showcases a wide range of interesting content in sections on Lifestyle (Fashion, Beauty, Health, Décor, Money Talks, Travel, In The Kitchen, What’s In Her Bag, DIY, What the Tarot Holds), Real Life (Human Interest Stories), Spotlight (10 Things You Should Be Watching Right Now, Movies, Book, CD, App reviews, TV Movie and Reviews) , Celeb Interviews, The Catch-up section (celebs stories you might have missed – as well as a few global interest pieces) and, of course, a beloved Puzzle section now boasting a variety of 37 puzzles.

As an added bonus in the next six issues, people is including a Young Royals special, in which the publication celebrates the next generation of the British Monarchy.

Anton Botes, Caxton Magazine’s General Manager adds: “Change is always daunting at first but we’re confident that the new fortnightly people magazine with its wonderful new content and fresh look will maintain and indeed grow the publication’s popularity amongst our readers and advertisers.”

The online version of the magazine and the website www.peoplemagazine.co.za remains unchanged. The brand can also be found on Instagram @people_sa on Facebook at People Magazine South Africa and Twitter @People_SA.

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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First free Afrikaans podcast channel launched

From 24 June you can experience rooi rose in a whole new way!

rooi rose is proud to introduce rrRADIO, South Africa’s first free Afrikaans women’s interest podcast channel!  It’s the original engaging content that rooi rose magazine is known for, but presented in a new audio format.

Podcasts are taking the world by storm.  Statistics in America show that in June 2018 Apple Podcasts hosted more than 550 000 podcasts with over 18.5 million episodes in over 100 languages. The total number of podcasts on iTunes in February 2019 was over 660 000 podcasts (podcastinsights.com). In South Africa podcast listenership is growing by 30% annually with the most prominent age group being between 25 – 35 (Iono.FM). rooi rose is the first traditional magazine in South Africa to claim this new medium as another touch point with our loyal rooi rose readers.

According to editor Martie Pansegrouw rooi rose is a magazine that has never been shy of breaking the mould. “For the past 77 years we have been engaging with our reader on various platforms and enticing her with us into the future. This is just another way in which we are sharing our heart with our reader, meeting her where she is at, addressing her needs and answering her burning questions. In effect we are sharing her very busy day and helping her find more ‘me time’.”

Research has shown that listeners are more responsive to ads read by podcast hosts, much like any type of endorsement. Listeners trust their podcast hosts and appreciate personal takes and banter on the product or service. Consumers are more likely to respond to sincere and authentic conversations about a product.

rrRADIO Season 1

We are introducing rrRADIO with three original series created by rooi rose’s content team, headed by rooi rose’s Deputy Editor, Features Editor and rrRADIO Executive Producer, Hannelie Diedericks.

“For rooi rose, podcasts are an organic extension of the original, quality content rooi rose is known for,” says Hannelie.  “Our content pillars live very comfortably in this audio format. As an avid podcast listener myself, it seemed like a natural progression of what we were already doing in print and digital.  And although there is such a wide choice of podcasts already available, with rrRADIO we are creating the first Afrikaans women’s interest podcast channel. With the high demand on people’s time in the multimedia universe we believe that it is any publisher’s or broadcaster’s job to find their audience where they are at and delivering the content that they want, when and where they want it.”

  1. Botox, Barbies & Bietse (Botox, Barbies & Bitches)

Category: Serial fiction

16 Episodes

Episode length: 25 – 30 minutes.

In this enthralling and entertaining fictional series, written by Martie Swanepoel, well-known Afrikaans actress and voice-over artist Elize Cawood regales listeners with the adventures of Liesl Burger. Liesl is an artist who is dealing with her husband’s betrayal with a vintage Barbie, by botoxing him out of her life.  Laugh with her, cry with her and rediscover yourself in the process.

  1. Tee & Taai Toffies (Tea & Sympathy)

Category: Celebrity, lifestyle, relationships, advice

8 Episodes

Episode length: 50 – 60 minutes.

Celebrities open up to our veteran journalist Ilse Salzwedel about their lives. In the second half of the episode they attempt to give advice to listeners. We promise a listener’s experience filled with compassion and humour.

  1. Tussen ons (Just Between Us)

Category: Female health & wellbeing, relationships

16 episodes

Episode length: 25 – 40 minutes

In the first season, our specialist journalist, Mariette Snyman, talks with various experts in women’s health about female sexuality, wellbeing and relationships. Examples of topics covered includes: painful sex, contraception, infertility and impotence, to name just a few.

To advertise speak to your Caxton sales representative for more info: Johannesburg 010 492 8356, Cape Town 021 001 2401, Durban 031 716 4444.

rrRADIO is launching on Monday 24 June on rooirose.co.za, iono.FM, iTunes, Player.FM, Pocket Casts, and Google Podcasts.  E-mail rrradio@caxton.co.za for more information.

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Essentials Magazine relaunches with renewed editorial focus

Caxton Magazines has announced that at the end of June this year, popular women’s monthly Essentials, will be sporting an updated look and renewed editorial focus. The magazine will be amplifying its home décor and personal health segments in line with the interests of its changing modern consumer.

ESSCoverJuly_Cara“The Essentials reader is an ambitious modern woman with an ‘I can do it myself’ attitude. She is mindful, she’s open to alternate healthcare options for her and her family and she’s taking control when it comes to home renovations,” says Caxton Magazines’ Editorial Director Frith Thomas.

“Research tells us that the Essentials reader is openly optimistic about the housing market, she’s taking charge of the preventative health care of her family, she wants tips on saving money and time, more plant-based alternatives in her diet and is, without question, tech savvy.”

Essentials Editor Kate Thomas is confident about the new editorial direction. “A few years ago, the idea of a nurse coming through to your home or office to provide you with a vitamin infused IV drip or the addition of oat milk in the fridge would be seen as ludicrous, but this is what the modern woman looks like, and we’re adapting our content to remain relevant in her life.”    

The new look Essentials will retain reader favourites like career tips and advice, self-quizzes, real reader’s stories and quick but nutritious meal ideas.

Anton Botes, General Manager of Caxton Magazines adds, “The Essentials brand has been in the country for around 25 years and has been a staple and reliable friend to many women over the years. We’re excited to strengthen that bond by taking the new look product to market at the end of this month – initial feedback from our advertisers has been extremely positive.”

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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Farmer’s Weekly editor awarded international accolade

Denene Erasmus, editor of Caxton Magazines’ Farmer’s Weekly, has been awarded the inaugural IFAJ-Alltech International Award for Leadership in Agricultural Journalism at the Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE19) in Kentucky, USA.

 This accolade is a new award from the IFAJ (International Federation of Agricultural Journalists) that recognises excellence and leadership by young journalists. After a nomination process by IFAJ guilds around the world, international judges from Alltech and IFAJ declared Denene, editor at Farmer’s Weekly, the largest English language agricultural publication in South Africa, the recipient. ONE19 attracted approximately 3,500 attendees from 68 countries across the globe.

Denene says: “The Farmer’s Weekly brand has been serving the South African agricultural industry since 1911. The publication is dedicated to agriculture and agribusiness reporting mainly throughout the Southern African region. This award is definitely not only a recognition of my personal achievements, but also a testament to the high standard of our publication and agricultural journalism in South Africa in general. We will continue to provide both commercial and new farmers with the most practical advice across our print and digital platforms to increase farming profitability.”

“It is more important than ever to give agriculture a voice and communicate our stories to the world,” said Dr Mark Lyons, president and CEO of Alltech. “Through our continued partnership with the IFAJ, we are able to support future leaders in agricultural journalism who are passionate about connecting our industry to a global audience.”

Anton Botes, General Manager of Caxton Magazines adds, “We’re beyond proud of Denene for being awarded this incredible honour. She is just one example of the excellence that each of our brands in the Caxton Magazines family continues to strive for. We thank Denene and her team for putting Farmer’s Weekly on the global map.”

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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Bona Magazine maintains upward circulation trend

On the back of the latest Audit Bureau of Circulation’s results, Caxton Magazines’ monthly family interest magazine, Bona is celebrating a further increase of a massive 10% on its Quarter One 2019 circulation figures.

The growth of the magazine’s sales from 68 665 to 75 219 copies is on the back of another 13% increase on the Quarter 4 October to December 2018 ABC release and 7% increase on Q3 Jul-Sep 2018 results.

“We were confident of positive results in the quarter one release of ABC data but were still blown away by the consistent upward trend of Bona’s sales figures,” says Bona’s Editor Bongiwe Tshiqi. “In fact, Bona remains one of the highest circulations in the Caxton Magazine group and some of the best statistics and circulations in the Female and Family magazine categories.”

Bona is the only magazine in the country that publishes in four different languages: English, Zulu, Sotho and Xhosa, with the 63-year-old brand maintaining impressive engagement and interaction between the product and its readers across all of its platforms.

Anton Botes, General Manager of Caxton Magazines comments, “We’re incredibly proud of Bongiwe and her team for consistently growing the Bona brand. It’s clear that the team is delivering on the most current needs of their readers and advertisers alike.”

Caxton Magazines DNA

Storytelling is our business. Content is our currency. Caxton Magazines is a division of Caxton CTP Printers & Publishers and houses 12 brands in print and digital formats, primarily aimed at the women’s lifestyle segment across life stages, lifestyles and income groups. These brands are: Vrouekeur; Woman & Home; Bona; Living & Loving; People; Food & Home Entertaining; Your Family; Garden & Home; Farmer’s Weekly; Essentials; Rooi Rose and SA Country Life. Visit www.caxtonmags.co.za

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