What We Do

Overview

Kagiso Media currently operates through the following four segments: broadcasting; information; new media; and content.
Our mission is to continuously deliver innovative media and information solutions that facilitate beneficial human connection.
Our vision is to “Build Communities for Good”.

Kagiso Broadcasting houses the wholly and part owned radio assets of Kagiso Media and media sales house, Mediamark. Our radio assets comprise: East Coast Radio (KZN) 100%; Jacaranda FM (Gauteng, Limpopo, North West and Mpumalanga) 80%; OFM (Free State) 24,9%; Heart FM (Western Cape) 20%; Gagasi 99.5 (KZN) 20%; and Kaya FM (Gauteng) 47,5% (economic interest).

Kagiso Media owns 50,01% of media marketing solutions provider, Mediamark, in partnership with Lagardère Radio International (LARI). The business unit continues to evolve from a radio sales house to incorporate digital sales and position itself for television sales in line with its strategy to become a media marketing solutions provider.

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This division consists of Kagiso Media’s information assets. It holds a 65% stake in Knowledge Factory, an information and insights business that specialises in the use of geospatial and key public domain data to gain in-depth understanding of consumer, market, and industry behaviours and trends. More recently, Kagiso Media has acquired a 100% stake in Juta and Company (Juta). Juta is a leading South African provider of legal and regulatory information.

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Kagiso’s digital division is a wholly owned subsidiary, established in partnership with Microsoft (MSN). It publishes howzit.msn.co.za – South Africa’s largest website by audience.

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Kagiso Media holds 100% of the shares in Urban Brew Studios, one of the largest independent television studios on the African continent, producing television content for all South African broadcasters.
Its business model comprises a studio facility offering, distribution platforms through a number of television channels, and the creation of various popular South African television programmes.

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