Shopping & Retail Southern Africa targets consumers of luxury brands and services , LSMs of 7 to 10, through its perpetual update of info around upmarket shopping centre owners, developers, managers, marketers and support services - information that is the lifeblood of always-on, always connected upper trending shopper.
Of course our focus cascades to LSM groups of 2-6 by providing best offers and desirable goods and services for this growing aspirational middle class. Hyper-niched and utterly market-driven, our continual pumping of the lifestuff of our economy into the hearts and minds of affluent and aspirational South Africans through the unstoppable digital platform ensures our reach and your success.
We showcase brands from Chappies to Clinique, technology for online and bricks and mortar retail, LSM 2-10 mall focus, the ever-evolving retail sector, the driving momentum of the digital realm, hyper-vigilant mall security, the must-haves of green building, production and consumption, our finger always on the pulse of our re-energising economy.
Our readers, pinpointed by demographic digital analytics, are the retail, mall and digital platform owners and their offspring - parents of newborns through to 18 year olds - the folks who are middle and upper management and their families.
Never letting go of our secondary core targets, we make a digital beeline to retail sales managers, restaurant management and owner, business management, store managers, business owners, MDs, franchisers and franchisees, owners/sole proprietors, owners and CEOs, not forgetting concrete and digital store managers.
Publications In The Malnor Stable
South African Builder is the official journal for the Master Builders South Africa (MBSA). Published since 1923, it offers the latest news in the building and construction industry as well as topical discussion on industry projects, products, and personalities. The magazine is distributed to all the members of the Master Builders Associations (MBA) in South Africa as well as to the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), which include architects, structural engineers, quantity surveyors, small, medium and large contractors, sub-contractors and builders merchants.
export & import Southern Africa was first sent to press in 2001 in response to a growing demand by both industry and applicable governing bodies for a monthly publication dedicated to South Africa’s diverse trading environment. The publication serves to highlight, in a professional and responsible manner, the trends and many associated issues influencing South Africa’s trade with Africa and the world.
eduSAmag’s main aim is to partner with parents in their children’s education. We cater for learners and students at all education levels ie: preschool, primary school, high school, university, or college. We also look at special needs education as well as home schooling.
Editorially we cover news, insights and advice from experts, new ideas, unique products and services, plus guidance for the education, sports activities, nutrition and overall well-being of learners.
Commercial and Industrial Property News focuses predominantly on the commercial and industrial property market in South Africa, although cognisance is taken of developments further afield in Africa and on a global scale. The publication targets a comprehensive market and reader profile with its 12 annual editions comprising a distribution of 5 500 copies per issue. This effectively enhances advertising impact as consistency equals success.
Shopping & Retail SA - Introduced in 2013 for the shopping centre industry, is a publishing initiative by Malnor (Pty) Ltd. Shopping & Retail SA is generally considered to be ‘required reading’ for anyone involved in the shopping centre industry, and is highly regarded by industry leaders as being a quality magazine, authoritative, accurate and independent.
Wood Southern Africa & Timber Times is the only monthly magazine that focuses on the forestry, timber transport, sawmilling, treatment, woodworking and furniture manufacturing industries in Southern Africa. Established in 1975, the magazine serves as the mouthpiece for the timber industry. Its content includes: Latest industry developments; association and institute news; infield reporting; environmental issues; training updates; investigative features and face-to-face interviews with key players. 4 500 copies of the magazine are printed and distributed monthly throughout sub-Saharan Africa, i.e. South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Lesotho, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Angola, Cameroon, Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo and Madagascar.