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Top 14 African Online Media and Publications

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Here are some of the top African online media and publications, along with their qualities, numbers of views, locations, and unique selling propositions:

  1. Mail & Guardian (South Africa) – The Mail & Guardian is a South African weekly newspaper that focuses on investigative journalism, politics, and current affairs. It has a circulation of around 30,000 and its website receives over 2 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its commitment to independent and in-depth reporting.
  2. Premium Times (Nigeria) – Premium Times is a Nigerian online newspaper that covers politics, business, sports, and entertainment. It has a monthly readership of over 5 million and is known for its investigative journalism. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on breaking news and exclusive stories.
  3. The East African (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda) – The East African is a regional newspaper that covers news and analysis from East Africa. It has a weekly circulation of over 30,000 and its website receives over 1 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its regional focus and its coverage of business and finance news.
  4. The Daily Maverick (South Africa) – The Daily Maverick is a South African news website that covers politics, business, and current affairs. It has a monthly readership of over 1 million and is known for its opinion pieces and analysis. Its unique selling proposition is its commitment to independent journalism and its focus on the intersection of politics and business.
  5. The Citizen (Tanzania) – The Citizen is a Tanzanian daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Tanzania and East Africa. It has a daily circulation of over 30,000 and its website receives over 500,000 page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on local news and its commitment to balanced reporting.
  6. The New Times (Rwanda) – The New Times is a Rwandan daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Rwanda and the region. It has a daily circulation of over 20,000 and its website receives over 1 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on development issues and its commitment to promoting Rwanda’s progress.
  7. The Nation (Kenya) – The Nation is a Kenyan daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Kenya and East Africa. It has a daily circulation of over 200,000 and its website receives over 2 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on investigative journalism and its commitment to balanced reporting.
  8. Africa News (Pan-Africa) – Africa News is a pan-African news and current affairs website. It has a monthly readership of over 5 million and its unique selling proposition is its focus on providing news and information from across the continent.
  9. Daily Trust (Nigeria) – Daily Trust is a Nigerian daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Nigeria and the region. It has a daily circulation of over 100,000 and its website receives over 2 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on balanced reporting and its commitment to investigative journalism.
  10. News24 (South Africa) – News24 is a South African news and current affairs website. It has a monthly readership of over 10 million and its unique selling proposition is its focus on breaking news and analysis from South Africa and the continent.
  11. The Standard (Kenya) – The Standard is a Kenyan daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Kenya and the region. It has a daily circulation of over 200,000 and its website receives over 1 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on investigative journalism and its commitment to balanced reporting.
  12. This Day (Nigeria) – This Day is a Nigerian daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Nigeria and the region. It has a daily circulation of over 100,000 and its website receives over 1 million page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on balanced reporting and its commitment to investigative journalism.
  13. Jeune Afrique (Pan-Africa) – Jeune Afrique is a French-language magazine that covers news and analysis from across Africa. It has a monthly readership of over 1 million and its unique selling proposition is its focus on providing news and information from across the continent in French.
  14. Le Matin (Morocco) – Le Matin is a Moroccan daily newspaper that covers news and analysis from Morocco and the region. It has a daily circulation of over 50,000 and its website receives over 500,000 page views per month. Its unique selling proposition is its focus on local news and its commitment to balanced reporting.

These are just a few of the top African online media and publications. Each one has its unique qualities, number of views, location, and unique selling proposition that make it stand out in the crowded online media landscape.

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