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    Farmer’s Weekly hosts 12th Agribusiness Africa Conference

    Despite some cyclical challenges that could impact commodity prices, the investment case for agriculture in Africa remains strong. This was one of the main messages to emerge from the 12th Agribusiness Africa Conference hosted by Caxton Magazine’s Farmer’s Weekly at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg recently. In her opening address Farmer’s Weekly editor, Denene Erasmus said […]

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    A royal scoop for rooi rose!

    Caxton Magazine’s rooi rose, the number one Afrikaans monthly magazine in the country, has secured a royal scoop second to none. Her Serene Highness Princess Charlène of Monaco is gracing the June 2018 cover of rooi rose magazine. The Princess’s sister-in-law, Chantell Wittstock, contacted the magazine’s deputy editor, Hannelie Diedericks, in the beginning of the […]

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    Bona welcomes new deputy editor

    Caxton Magazines has announced the appointment of Gugulethu Mhlungu in the position of Deputy Editor of Bona magazine. Self-confessed ‘wanna be’ Marvel Avenger and current Nightalk host on Radio 702 Monday to Thursday, Gugulethu is ready to add a new adventure to her mantle of skills.  “My media career began at the age of 17 […]

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    Data driven audiences in brand safe environments

      The way in which readers and users are engaging with publications has been, and is, changing. To stay ahead publishers must evolve and diversify their revenue streams or risk being left behind. The shift to a data-driven advertising world is in full swing and Caxton is at the forefront of digital innovation, ensuring consumer-insight-driven […]

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    What really gets a magazine noticed on the shelf?

    In today’s fast-paced, time-poor world, it’s heartening to know that a magazine’s coverlines trump the cover image when it comes to purchasing choice. Research recently conducted by Caxton Magazines shows that more than half of magazine buyers cite coverlines as their top criteria in choosing which magazine to buy, followed by cover image, then price […]

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