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Media24 is Africa’s leading publishing group and offers information and entertainment 24 hours a day. We produce Innovative multi-platform media products and services created by passionate people to enrich the lives of our customers around the world. The group has interests in newspapers, magazines, internet businesses, book publishing, printing plants and distribution companies. Many of these publications and businesses are award-winning leaders in their respective fields. Media24 also has many international and local sister companies in the media industry through its holding company, Naspers.

 

 

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Media24 Head Office
Naspers Centre
40 Heerengracht
Cape Town
8001


Phone: 021 406 2121
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Considering that 7.1 million South Africans were living with HIV in 2016, it’s not surprising that government spends up to R23 billion on programmes to improve the awareness and treatment of this disease. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, has a look at how South Africans are affected and how medical schemes are involved.

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