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Finweek is a South African weekly business magazine published in both English- and Afrikaans-language editions. It is one of the country's largest circulating business titles. Competitors include fellow weekly Financial Mail.

Finweek was launched in September 2005, following the merger of Finance Week and Finansies & Tegniek, both established titles in their respective English- and Afrikaans-speaking markets. In the same month, the magazine merged with the financial website Finance24 to create, the country's most accessed financial portal.

Finweek's content focuses on business and investment issues with a leaning towards investigative stories and columns. The primary audience is business executives and investors.

The magazine is owned by Media24 Magazines, South Africa's largest magazine publisher, which is in turn owned by diversified media group Naspers (JSE: NPN, NASDAQ: NPSN).

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  • Finweek website
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