Changes to the way you read City Press

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From comments and listening to your favourite articles, to getting the news you want to read: This is how we are helping you sift through the clutter. Picture: iStock / Gallo Images
From comments and listening to your favourite articles, to getting the news you want to read: This is how we are helping you sift through the clutter. Picture: iStock / Gallo Images

Some exciting changes are happening to your favourite Sunday read in the digital sphere.

All the Media24 titles are making their way to one online platform, so you can get all your favourite news and magazines under one banner.

News24’s new digital subscription service launched yesterday.

Although there will be content that is available free of charge, a freemium model will allow for the majority of the content to be free, including breaking news, but premium content will be reserved for subscribers only.

Premium content includes investigative and in-depth journalism, opinions, analyses and views on news, politics, sport, business and lifestyle stories.

A subscription will also get you access to journalism from City Press, You, Drum and True Love magazines, as well as the e-editions of these publications.

READ: Mondli Makhanya | What is the future of news?

Some of the new services available to subscribers include the ability to comment and participate in meaningful conversations online, and to communicate with your favourite City Press journalists, as well as a new text-speech feature with a uniquely South African voice that will enable subscribers to listen to stories in a voice that can pronounce South African names and words correctly.

You can become a subscriber by clicking here.

You still have access to City Press’ popular newsletters, delivered to your inbox whenever you choose.

Choose the news you want to read.

Sundays With City Press is delivered to your inbox every Sunday morning. It is a mini read of articles that are in the print edition and is curated by, and accompanied by, an introduction from City Press editor-in-chief Mondli Makhanya.

On a Point of Order is the oldest and most popular newsletter from the City Press team. If politics and analysis pieces are your thing, you need to get On a Point of Order in your inbox first thing every weekday morning.

Our #Trending team curates the stunning Good Guide once a week, and bring you all the latest entertainment, arts and culture news you want.

And if you love the beautiful game, look no further than Football Fever – your thrice-weekly edition of all the soccer news and analysis you need.


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