About Kempton Express

Kempton Express is still deeply cemented in the ever changing community of Kempton Park.
This was again proofed with the release of the latest Roots 2016 survey figures.

Since the last survey was done in 2013, Express' readership has grown 14% from 69% to an incredible 83%, keeping it the best medium for businesses to use for advertising.

For advertisers Kempton Express provides an established product where distribution is guaranteed and you have the upper hand in readership figures.

Community newspapers are increasing their reach annually while sales figures in the competitive market have fallen dramatically over the past few years.

From an advertising perspective the community newspaper should be the vehicle of choice when it comes to spending advertising budgets.

Couple this with our social media pages, businesses cannot go wrong by choosing their local publication.

The most popular daily publication in Kempton Park sits at only 10% readership in the city.

Our proud history

Kempton Express was founded in the early 1980s when the then emerging Caxton group bought Kempton Nuus. Kempton Nuus was owned by the Eybers family and was a sold newspaper.

With the establishment of Kempton Express, Kemptonians were introduced to a free newspaper distributed to every household, covering all aspects of local news.

Over the past 30 odd years we have cemented ourselves in the Kempton Park community and became the voice of an ever changing society. We have seen the city grow and change.
We have reported on our community's triumphs and heartaches.

One thing that has not changed over the years is our commitment to our readers. We still and will always believe in bringing readers well balanced news without any bias.

Digital platforms
  1. Kempton Express' Facebook Page (Kempton Express) is growing daily, supplying residents with local, national and international news on a daily basis.
  2. We are also active on Twitter (@KemptonExpress)
  3. If you prefer your local news via WhatsApp, join our group. WhatsApp your name to 079-407-1925 (after you have saved this number as a contact on your phone) and we will add you.
126 Monument Road
Kempton Park
Tel: 011-970-3030
kemptonexpress@caxton.co.za

The Team


Christiaan Welthagen
Branch Manager
Christa Smit
Editor
Debbie Tiley
Advertising Manager
Annelie de Klerk
Advertising Consultant
Elsa Barnard
Advertising Consultant
Terri-Anne Bruins-Lich
Advertising Consultant
Nolwazi Dhlamini
Senior Journalist
Alicia Loots
Journalist
Nthabiseng Malope
Receptionist
Innocetia Buthelezi
General Office Assistant

The Digital Team


Clyde Meela
Digital Manager
Daniel Seleme
Assistant Digital Manager
Carmen Norton
Caxton East & South Features Project Leader
Gareth Drawbridge
Digital Administrator
Neo Magasa
Digital Administrator

Classifieds


Logan Govender
Classified Manager & Trainee Branch Manager
Rebecca Ndala
Classified Telesales Consultant
Morgan Addison
Classified Telesales Consultant
Jean Lopez
Classified Telesales Consultant
Jurie Hayes
Classified Telesales Consultant
Marelette Cronje
Classified Telesales Consultant
Aggie Lebakeng
Classified Telesales Consultant
Bianca Van Eeden
Classified Telesales Consultant
Zelna’ Witbooi
Classified Sales Consultant
Thulani Hobo
Classified Sales Consultant
Jessica Delaney
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Sheldon Smith
Graphic Designer
Deonne Randall
Switchboard Operator

Distribution

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Areas

  • Croydon
  • Esther Park
  • Edleen
  • Van Riebeeck Park
  • Rhodesfield
  • Kempton Park Central
  • Nimrod Park
  • Allen Grove
  • Aston Manor
  • Kempton Park Ext 2 - Ext 4
  • Bonaero Park
  • Pomona
  • Glen Marais
  • Glenacres
  • Cora Nome
  • Birchleigh North
  • Norkem Park
  • Birch Acres
  • Cresslawn
  • Glen Marais
  • Birchleigh
  • Terenure
  • Kempton Park West
Total distribution: 55 313 - Delivered on Thursdays
 

How Caxton prints local newspapers

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