About the Financial Mail
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The Financial Mail is a weekly national magazine in South Africa with a focus of reaching the country's top business minds. Based in Parktown, Johannesburg, it is edited by Rob Rose and published by Arena Holdings (formerly Tiso Blackstar Group). Our digital editor is Nelisiwe Tshabalala.
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The magazine, launched in 1959, is regarded as a must-read by the business and investor community, publishing financial, economic and political articles that go far beyond beat reporting to provide in-depth analysis of industry and commerce.
The Financial Mail also publishes a series of popular corporate profiles as well as annual publications such as The Little Black Book, AdFocus and The Property Handbook.
The magazine’s digital presence includes this website – with a responsive design making it easy to read on mobile devices – and an e-edition, a digital replica of the weekly magazine available via the Financial Mail app for Android mobile devices and iOS devices or with an e-edition subscription via PressReader. The website publishes the magazine's content with additional features, multimedia, past editions and a regular email newsletter.
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Much of the website is free to read. Readers who register – it's quick and free – can comment on articles and subscribe to a range of email newsletters. That registration is valid across BusinessLIVE, Business Day and the Financial Mail.
Readers who then subscribe to BusinessLIVE Premium from R120 per month also have access to the best of our columnists, exclusive news and analysis along with exclusive daily content from the Financial Times and a range of financial markets data and indicators from trusted data source ProfileData.
BusinessLIVE Premium Plus subscribers get all the benefits above for R349 per month along with full digital access to the Sunday Times and Times Select (a daily digital edition of in-depth news) and e-editions (digital replicas of the print editions) of Business Day, the Financial Mail and the Sunday Times.