The newspaper is currently owned by South Africas leading company, Media24, which is the media arm of Naspers. The editor in chief of the City Press news brand is Mondli Makhanya. He has been at the helm of the news brand since 1 August 2016.
Who owns the Sunday Times in South Africa?
Arena Holdings Sunday Times (South Africa)TypeWeekly newspaperOwner(s)Arena HoldingsEditorSthembiso MsomiFounded1906LanguageEnglish6 more rows
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How much does a Sunday Times cost?
News UK has announced that The Sunday Times will cost 20p more from Sunday 7 July but margins for retailers will remain at 21%. Increasing in price from £2.70 to £2.90, the change is forecast to deliver an extra £5.6m in cash per year for stores. Retailers selling the paper will now make 60.9p on every copy sold.
Who bought The Sunday Times?
Roy Thomson In 1959 The Sunday Times was bought by Roy Thomson, and under his guidance the paper introduced Britains first colour magazine supplement, in 1962. Thomson subsequently purchased The Times, and, beginning in 1967, the two papers were published by the newly created Times Newspapers Ltd.
How much does The Times newspaper cost?
The Times, which is owned by News UK, has taken the decision to hold the price of the Saturday edition, which is £1.50, and the Sunday Times at £2.50.
Are The Times and Sunday Times separate?
The Times and The Sunday Times, which do not share editorial staff, were founded independently, and have only had common ownership since 1966. The Times is the first newspaper to have borne that name, lending it to numerous other papers around the world, such as The Times of India and The New York Times.
Who is the owner of The Times?
Times Newspapers Ltd News UKNews Corp The Times/Owner
When did The Times go up in price?
In April 2016, the cover price of The Times became £1.40 on weekdays and £1.50 on Saturdays.
What is the longest running newspaper in the UK?
The Courant Newspaper. – The first British newspaper was the Courant printed in 1621. The Daily Mirror Newspaper. – The Daily Mirror, founded in 1903, is Britains oldest surviving tabloid. The Times Newspaper. The Sunday Times. The Guardian Newspaper. The Daily Mail Newspaper. The Observer Newspaper. The Sun.More items •20 Aug 2021