The South African Jewish Report is an independent weekly newspaper with a Friday date line. It is the sole national Jewish newspaper in South Africa, carrying news, features and analysis on South African Jewry, the global Jewish world, and Israel.It is distributed throughout the country, with a readership of some 40,000.
The paper's readers include the majority of South African Jewry across the broad political and religious spectrum, as well as people from other faith groups and ethnic groups, the South African government, and others who need to understand SA Jewry and interact with it. It is the forum for debate and the major source of news on SA Jewry including business, the arts, welfare, the professions, politics and society.
The paper's writers and columnists include top journalists, community leaders, eminent South Africans and lay people. It has both local and international content.
The SA Jewish Report was founded in 1998, four years after the formal end of apartheid and the ushering in of democracy.