Tribune Newspaper migrates to digital publication
23 February 2021
The Tribune ePaper will impress its footprint in the form of weekly e-mail updates of the top stories to subscribed readers and businesses.
After careful deliberation and extensive consultation with clients and stakeholders, we are proud to announce the migration of our publication to fully digital format. Thus, this publication will be the final printed version of the newspaper, which will then be fully integrated in digital format as from 2 March 2021. In an constantly evolving landscape of information and technology, the Tribune ePaper will impress its footprint in the form of weekly e-mail updates of the top stories to subscribed readers and businesses, which will redirect then to a fully interactive web page. From there, the entire publication will be easily readable and accessible, free of subscription charges, on both mobile and desktop solutions. When visiting the interactive site, readers, clients and advertisers will be able to easily enquire and respond to advertisements in our e-publication, by simply clicking on the relevant advertisement of interest. Once clicked, an auto-completed e-mail will open in your preferred e-mail client, from where you can fill in your enquiry and send it to the advertiser in question, with minimal hassle.
From there, the recipient of the e-mail will be able to easily and readily reply to the client’s enquiry, be it pricing enquiries, or simply needing more information regarding products and services. Interested advertisers may also book one of four spaces that are available on the weekly e-mail, which will reach more than 5 000 individuals at startup, with the subscriber base expanding as contact addresses are submitted. If you would like to receive your weekly Tribune ePaper, simply send a blank e-mail to email@example.com. You will then be added to the database to receive your weekly E-Paper. You may also send a WhatsApp, simply containing your e-mail address, to either 071 885 2505 or 082 542 9592, to have your address added to the mailing list.
We heartily thank all our readers and advertisers for their support, and we look forward to continuing our journey together in the digital realm. Should you have any enquiries regarding advertising space, do not hesitate to contact Lynette Hattingh on 082 542 9592, send an e-mail to , or contact Sue-Marie Hattingh on 082 734 0867. If you would like to report a news event or place a municipal service delivery complaint, you may send a WhatsApp to Garth Cronje on 071 885 2505, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.