Your ZO is now also a digital newspaper
WOULD you like to read the Zululand Observer on your smart device, instead of having to go to the shops to buy a physical newspaper?
With our new digital subscription option, you can download your weekly fix of local news at the click of a button.
No more missed editions!
All the newspapers in the Zululand Observer stable are now available on PressReader in the form of a subscription-based digital newspaper.
That means, no matter how far away you are from Zululand, KZN or South Africa, you’ll be able to download your own copy of the Zululand Observer – before it even hits the shops!
You will nd these publications on PressReader:
• Zululand Observer Weekender edition
• Zululand Observer Monday edition
• Eyethu Bay Watch
• Eyethu Zululand
• Eyethu Northern
• Zululand Mail
There is no charge with regard to our free publications
Our sold newspaper, the Zululand Observer, costs R14 for a single edition, or you can subscribe to it on Trish Winterboer (Assistant Sub Editor), Richard Springorum (sport reporter), Wiseman Mthiyane (Assistant Sub Editor), Mpilo Msweli (Graphic Artist), Orrin Singh (reporter), (seated) Dave Savides (Editor In Chief) and Nothando Mkhize (Digital Coordinator) of the Zululand Observer celebrate the company’s latest venture a monthly basis. New York Post, The Guardian and You can also visit a Hotspot to
This monthly subscription gives glossy magazines such as Marie get free access to PressReader. Your you instant access to over 7 700 Claire, Vogue, Men’s Health, You, closest Hotspot is at the University of national and international newspapers FinWeek and Car Magazine. Zululand. and magazines on PressReader. Simply download the PressReader If you need assistance in
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What is PressReader?
PressReader is a website and application that gives you digital access to thousands of top newspapers and magazines just as they appear in print.
It is an all-you-can-read digital newsstand that holds over 7 000 newspapers and magazines from around the world.
Zaida Calvete Norell, Manager, Content Partnerships at PressReader, explains, ‘We have an average of seven million monthly active users across all of our platforms.
‘Our total reach is even larger. Every day, more hotels, airlines, cruise ships, restaurants and other brands around the world are beginning to offer PressReader to their guests and passengers. We have thousands of Hot Spots all over the world.
‘We’re building a place for people to find great content from anywhere in the world. That’s why we’ve partnered with thousands of publishers to give readers unlimited access to leading newspapers and magazines – such as the Zululand Observer and their title brands, paid for or free.’