The Steelburger/Lydenburg News is the biggest free publication in the Lowveld Media stable, with a recently increased weekly distribution of 18 000 copies.
The Steelburger/Lydenburg News also won the 2013 Sanlam MDDA award for the Best Free Sheet (Corporate owned), and serves as a great testimony to the quality news and page lay-out of the publication.
46 Viljoen Street
60 Marone Street
Steelburger/Lydenburg News provides a wide area with its weekly news, and includes some of the most diverse communities in the country.
From the farmers on the highveld, to the miners in Steelpoort and the communities of the former homeland Tubatse, wait in queue on Friday’s to receive their weekly publication.
The area comprises of two provincial governments (Mpumalanga and Limpopo), two district municipalities (Ehlanzeni and Sekhukune), as well as two municipalities (Thaba Chweu and Greater Tubatse Municipality).
The diverse nature of the publication’s readership greatly influences the news articles that are published, in either Afrikaans or English.
The Steelburger/Lydenburg News places the greatest value on quality publications, protection of the truth and the freedom of expression, and to give a voice to the colourful and enigmatic communities in which it serves.
The publication believes it strenghts lies in the integrity of the newsroom and the professional conduct of all its employees.
During a month, readers are treated to regular good hard news and community news, reporting on charity events and organisations, politics – both local and provincial, crime, as well as a well-established Auto Dealer and Mining and Industry Section.
The publication is managed from its two offices (Lydenburg and Burgersfort) and is the community’s favourite source of news.