|Print Order:||16 000|
Cosmo City Chronicle (the only semi-commercial newspaper in the area) is a local paper in the North-West part of Johannesburg. It was established in 2007. In those later years of the housing boom, Cosmo City was being developed as the first national model of Integrated Human Settlements. Today, Cosmo City has boosted the market in this area by adding a middle class population of just over 70 000. It has now become a vibrant market for all sectors in the economy. Cosmo City, a node growing tremendously that first had two major shopping centres developed - Cosmo Mall and Cosmo City Shopping Centre has now expanded its population with Region C which is the north-west side of Johannesburg, bordering the Roodepoort area, as well as another phase of home developments - Malibongwe Ridge, adding up more than 25 000 of middle class income population.
Since April 2008, Cosmo City Chronicle has grown into a household, semi-commercial tabloid brand. It has a print order of
16 000 copies printed twice monthly. The Cosmo City Chronicle is a member of AIP, and the ABC.
|Day of Publication:||Twice Monthly|
|Target Market:||Black - Indian|