Media Distribution Africa have an impressive and loyal client base, ranging from large print titles to smaller boutique and niche publications.
The Mail & Guardian is an award winning investigative and comment news publication, based on a culture of editorial independence and excellence.
Fast Company is the world’s leading business media brand, with an editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, world changing ideas, creativity, and design. Written for and about the most progressive business leaders, Fast Company inspires readers to think expansively, lead with purpose, embrace change, and shape the future of business.
African Independent magazine has a strong focus on technology, business and investment in Africa, in addition to covering the lifestyles of the biggest industry champions on the continent.
A high-quality outdoor lifestyle magazine that features South Africa’s top travel writers, adventurers, environmentalists and experts revealing the best of the best that the outdoors can offer one.
The Lesotho Times is Lesotho’s leading weekly newspaper distributed in Lesotho, Free State and Gauteng.
Noseweek is South Africa's only investigative magazine and features irreverent, independent, inside information about business, the professions, politics and society in South Africa.
The South African Artist magazine is the only practical visual arts magazine in South Africa. Content includes interviews and profiles on South African artists, both established and emerging and general information which is of interest to people of all ages who are involved in the visual arts.
Camlica Kids Magazine is a broad-based publication aimed at entertaining children, encouraging them to think, read, add new knowledge to their vocabulary and ultimately contribute to their multi-dimensional development with successful writings, illustrations and photographs of interest prepared by an expert cadre of writers and illustrators in their field.
The Sunday World, is a digital client and online publication with an editorial focus that reflects the world of the young, aspirational black consumer – racy infotainment, celebrities, sport and gossip, a lifestyle section and specialist pages about fashion, beauty, health, motoring and money.
Stuff is a British consumer lifestyle magazine, considered an iconic brand and trusted by its tech-loving followers to entertain, educate and inspire.