Welcome to The EDGE Community News

Welcome to The EDGE Community News

Welcome to The EDGE Community News

Welcome to The EDGE Community News

RATE CARD valid until Feb 2022

NB: All prices listed below are inclusive of VAT and sizes are according to tabloid (A3) format.

Standard (once off) rate is R48.00 per column cm. The pages each hold 6 columns, each being 4,1cm wide

Discounts are as follows:
2 – 6 issues less 10%;

7 – 13 issues less 15%;

14 – 25 issues less 20%

NB: Prices are per placement.

ADVERT SIZESOnce off
Black & White
Once off
Full Colour
2 – 6 Issues
Black & White
2 – 6 Issues
Full Colour
7 – 13 issues
Black & White
7 – 13 issues
Full Colour
14 – 25 issues
Black & White
14 – 25 issues
Full Colour
Business Card
(50mmx 86mm)
R540.00
each
R648.00
each
R486.00
each
R5183.20
each
R459.00
each
R550.80
each
R432.00
each
R518.40
each
1/8 Page
(86mmx130mm)
R1300.00
each
R1560.00
each
R1170.00
each
R1404.00
each
R1105.00
each
R1326.00
each
R1040.00
each
R1248.00
each
1/4 Page
(130mm x183mm)
R2355.00
each
R2826.00
each
R2119.50
each
R2543.40
each
R2001.75
each
R2402.10
each
R1884.00
each
R2260.80
each
1/2 Page
(264mmx183mm)
R3680.00
each
R4416.00
each
R3312.00
each
R3974.40
each
R3128.00
each
R3753.60
each
R2944.00
each
R3532.80
each
Full Page
(370mmx264mm)
R6480.00
each
R7776.00
each
R5832.00
each
R6998.40
each
R5508.00
each
R6609.60
each
R5184.00
each
R6220.80
each
Front Page:Add 50% loading on ‘once off’ prices. (please book well in advance, long term discounts do not apply).
Advertorials:70% of normal space charges.
Inserts:R750 per 1000 inserts.
Classifieds:R 10.00 per line (38 letters/spaces).
The above prices are inclusive of VAT but do not include agency commission.

Both bookings and material should reach us no later than the Thursday before the publication date.

Please note that payment must be made for advertisements before they can be placed

Cheque A/C details

The Edge Community Newspaper

Standard Bank
Knysna Branch Code 050 314
A/C No. 081 342 144

5500 copies are printed and distributed, predominantly in Sedgefield, Wilderness and surrounding areas ( Knysna, Rheenendal, Karatara & George).

NB: Long term discount rates will be reversed if payment is not made on receipt of statement.

2021 DATES

ISSUE DATEISSUE NO.DEADLINE DISPLAYDEADLINE CLASSIFIED
13 JAN60607 JAN11 JAN
27 JAN60721 JAN25 JAN
10 FEB60804 JAN08 FEB
24 FEB60918 FEB22 FEB
10 MAR61004 MAR08 MAR
24 MAR61118 MAR22 MAR
07 APRIL61201 APRIL05 APRIL
21 APRIL61315 APRIL19 APRIL
05 MAY61429 APRIL03 MAY
19 MAY61513 MAY17 MAY
02 JUNE61627 MAY31 MAY
16 JUNE61710 JUNE14 JUNE
30 JUNE61824 JUNE28 JUNE
14 JULY61908 JULY12 JULY
28 JULY62022 JULY26 JULY
11 AUG62105 AUG09 AUG
25 AUG62219 AUG23 AUG
08 SEPT62302 SEPT06 SEPT
22 SEPT62416 SEPT20 SEPT
06 OCT62530 SEPT04 OCT
20 OCT62614 OCT18 OCT
03 NOV62728 OCT01 NOV
17 NOV62811 NOV15 NOV
01 DEC62925 NOV29 NOV
15 DEC63009 DEC13 DEC

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ROAD RESEALING: SEDGEFIELD

Residents and businesses are kindly advised that Makou Street will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday 19 January 2021 due to road resealing.

We ask that motorists make use of alternative routes around the area for the specified period. Access for delivery and emergency vehicles as well residents that stay in the area, that will be affected will be allowed. The improved road will be safer, smoother and will benefit all road users.

We appeal to road users to drive with caution and be vigilant to the flagman.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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SCHOOLS OPENING DELAYED TO 15 FEB

• School Management Teams (SMTs) shall report for duty on Monday, 25 January 2021;
• Teachers shall follow on Monday, 01 February 2021; and
• Lastly, learners return on Monday, 15 February 2021.

The SMTs will go first to prepare for the return of teachers; and the teachers will prepare for the return of learners. Schools will use the time to finalise outstanding matters, regarding admissions, especially the unplaced learners in certain cases.

CEM took this difficult decision, having considered all factors as backed up by research and statistics, regarding the current state of the health system. The priority remains saving lives.
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