Our Publications

Sunday Tribune is a digital edition replica of the print newspaper available on your computer and/or mobile devices. The interactive edition is the most convenient, complete and cost-effective way to read your favorite newspaper. With a subscription, you will benefit from a simple user interface and the latest digital tools, specially designed to offer you an enhanced reading experience.


Get access to Sunday Tribune E-dition every day. Choose how you want to experience the newspapers below.

Subscription PackagePriceBack issues
1 Month (auto-renewed)R 63.00unlimited
3 Months (auto-renewed)R 204.75unlimited
6 Months (auto-renewed)R 386.75unlimited
12 Months (auto-renewed)R 728.00unlimited

Take a look at our features

Our newspapers are full of interactive features to engage and delight news lovers. The E-dition will enhance your reading and sharing experience.


Download your E-dition on your mobile device and read it anywhere.


Once your E-dition is downloaded you don’t need wi-fi. You can read it anywhere, even on your commute.


You can even have articles read out to you while you’re busy doing other things.


Post your comments on articles you agree or disagree with.


Share articles or images you enjoy with family and friends.


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About Us

Independent Media is one of South Africa’s leading multi-platform content companies. Our stable of fine, quality publications include 20 of the country’s most prominent newspapers. The Sunday Tribune is KwaZulu-Natal’s premier Sunday title with a weekly readership of 435 000 people. The title provides readers with news that affects their lives as well as background information on what’s making news. But there is more to the Sunday Tribune than just news, views and sports. The package includes Business Report, KZN Business (aimed at entrepreneurs), SM (a lifestyle supplement that includes food and travel), Herald (which is a cultural supplement aimed South Africans of Indian descent) and KZN Property (the province’s premier property guide).