Moneyweb Holdings is an independent financial media group listed on the JSE. We focus on producing independent, high quality investment information on various platforms, including the internet, radio, print, newsletters and through our various event activations.
The company’s flagship internet brand is Moneyweb.co.za, South Africa’s premier online source of investment information.
Moneyweb.co.za is one of the top three financial publications in South Africa and receives more than 400 000 unique visitors a month and more than 4.3 million page views.
Moneyweb also publishes the only digital daily newspaper in South Africa: Moneyweb Today. The newspaper was launched in April 2014 and is growing quickly. Moneyweb Today is emailed to more than 200 000 people every weekday morning.
Moneyweb also publishes the international mining portal Mineweb.com.
Moneyweb is the official supplier of business news to various SABC radio stations, including SAfm, RSG and Lotus FM. The programmes and crossings are broadcast live on weekdays from Moneyweb’s studios in Houghton Estate, Johannesburg.
The SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb is presented by veteran journalist and radio personality Siki Mgabadeli. The programme is broadcast nationwide on SAfm (104 – 107fm), between 18:00 and 18:30.
RSG Geldsake is the flagship Afrikaans business radio programme in South Africa. Anchored by veteran journalist Andries van Zyl, RSG Geldsake is one of the largest financial radio shows in the country. The programme is broadcast nationwide on RSG (101 – 104fm) between 18:30 and 19:00.
Moneyweb also provides several daily personal finance features and market update crossings for Lotus FM.
Moneyweb publishes CitiBusiness, the business supplement of Citizen newspaper. The Citizen has a daily readership of 504 000 and CitiBusiness is a key section of the newspaper’s editorial offering.
The Moneyweb community
Moneyweb has a very loyal community on all the platforms we serve. This community comprises mainly high net worth individuals, or those who aspire to be, who use information on Moneyweb to increase their wealth and/or to keep current with economic, company and industry news. They rely on it for education, recommendations and updated information on investments, including the share market and unit trusts. All online services are provided free of charge.
How we do it
Moneyweb employs a core team of professional financial journalists and also sources content from a range of local and international high-profile freelance columnists. These journalists write exclusively for Moneyweb and ensure that our editorial is unique. We also publish ad hoc opinion pieces from our community experts to provide diverse views and to stimulate debate.
Moneyweb provides significant investment data about listed companies and a myriad of unit trusts. Many investment professionals prefer our live SENS feed because we have managed to make it accessible.
All of the content on Moneyweb’s platforms is free – our revenue flows from advertising and sponsorships. We have built a very loyal community of high net worth individuals, which represent a very attractive audience for advertisers. Advertising campaigns also ensure that Moneyweb can continue to invest in and publish insanely great editorial content.
The rights and privacy of those who use Moneyweb are given the utmost respect. As a matter of policy, information provided by visitors is treated as strictly confidential and used only to develop a global profile of the community for advertisers. Moneyweb abides by the following privacy policies:
Personal information is only gathered with your consent.
Information supplied by you is used for personalisation, identification, and communication.
You have the right to view your personal information at any time.
Policy on share transactions
Moneyweb’s credibility as an independent investment service is dependent on the personal integrity of its staff. Moneyweb’s editorial policy compels staff to declare their shareholding when they write about companies they are invested in. Moneyweb also publishes a shareholding register, which shows the shareholding of all internal journalists. Contributors who are not contracted by Moneyweb, disclose their shareholding if it is relevant to a particular article.
Editorial staff may not accept special investment opportunities that are not available to the ordinary public.