Director: Human Best Practice - City Press, Pretoria

  • Pretoria
  • Salary: (Negotiable)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Posted by City Press on Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Reference: X1TEPXQW/02
  • Apply before Friday, May 2, 3017 - 364115 Days left

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City Press is by far the biggest Sunday newspaper in the black market and the only one of its kind. The newspaper is sold countrywide, and also in undefinedBotswana, Lesotho and Swaziland. It is printed in Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg and Port Elizabeth.

City Press is politically independent and supports the principles of a multiparty democracy. It opposes racism and supports freedom of speech, religion and equality before the law.

Every Sunday City Press offers its readers the following:

News: City Press is at the forefront of news reporting and interpreting news in South Africa. The newspaper has a team of social and political commentators who are able to guide readers through the most complex era in South Africa's history.

Sport: Sport plays an important role at City Press. Well-informed journalists provide extensive coverage of sports such as soccer, boxing, athletics, cricket, rugby and horse-racing.

Business: This section of the newspaper provides a detailed overview of the week's economic and financial news. With its focus on black empowerment companies and a separate section on media and marketing, the City Press business section is the undisputed leader in its field in the black market.
Groove: The very latest in the world of entertainment in South Africa and abroad is covered in Groove.

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