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About Us

The Tabletalk (formerly the The Tabletalk and Mail) was established in 1987. This long established popular community title includes the key shopping centres Canal Walk and Bayside Centre within its distribution area.

The Tabltalk is a free weekly community newspaper available in print and digital format, and is distributed to 67 673 readers’ homes every Wednesday in the Blouberg, Table View, Milnerton, Edgemead, Bothasig, Tygerhof, Sanddrift, Richwood, Blouberg Strand, Milnerton Ridge, Summer Greens, Melkbosstrand, Sunridge, Flamingo Vlei, West Riding, Duynefontein, Van Riebeeckstrand, Sunset Beach, West Beach, Parklands, Phoenix, Sunningdale, Blouberg Sands, Killarney Gardens, Montague Gardens, Sunset Village, Sunset Links, Big Bay, Joe Slovo Park, Century City Residential, Dunoon, Royal Ascot, Brooklyn, Rugby and Paarden Eiland areas.

Readers receive hyper local content with a focus on community news, including local personalities, advice and editorial columns, reader’s letters and sport.  

The Tabletalk offers advertisers a unique opportunity to target their specific local customer market and maximises market penetration.

To advertise in the Tabletalk please contact,
E-mailinfo.acm@acm.co.za
Telephone: 021 782 7892

Classified Advertising  
Telephone: 021 782 7892
E-mail: acm.classifieds@acm.co.za

General Enquires
Telephone: 021 782 7892
E-mail: info.acm@acm.co.za

The Tabletalk is an Africa Community Media (ACM) title.

ACM also publishes:
Athlone News | Atlantic Sun | Bolander | CapeTowner | False Bay Echo | Plainsman | Sentinel News | Southern Mail | Southern Suburbs Tatler | Tabletalk | Northern News | DFA | I’solezwe

The Tabletalk proudly displays the “FAIR” stamp of the Press Council of South Africa, indicating our commitment to adhere to the Code of Ethics for Print and online media which prescribes that our reporting is truthful, accurate and fair.
Should you wish to lodge a complaint about our news coverage, please contact the Press Council’s website, www.presscouncil.org.za, email enquiries@ombudsman.org.za or call the Press Council on 011 484 3612.

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