"We've identified an unmet need for local business content," says Sunday Tribune
Editor, Philani Mgwaba. "Readers are looking for opportunities and want to be inspired by others in KZN who've achieved business success."
With a strong emphasis on local entrepreneurial talent, the first issue of Tribune Business
will be carried in the Sunday Tribune
on February 5.
The tabloid supplement has already attracted the eye of advertisers and will feature sectoral reviews, commercial property, SMMEs, financial advice and company social pictures. Tribune Business
will be a minimum of eight pages and carried in addition to the national Business Report supplement
On the entertainment and lifestyle front, the popular Sunday Magazine
will be revamped to include a new, dedicated food supplement and a revised TV guide with comics and puzzles.
Read by more than 500 000 KwaZulu-Natalians, the Sunday Tribune
is over 75 years old. It is distributed throughout the province and in Johannesburg. In addition to its lively news section, weighty analysis and popular columnists, it also boasts the KZN's biggest property supplement.