Job Opportunity: Advertising Sales

Job Opportunity: Advertising Sales

Looking for a job?

We’re on the hunt for an advertising salesperson.

It takes a particular person to sell advertising, and if you’re that person, we’re looking forward to hearing from you. We are looking for a motivated self-starter who knows how to sell adverts for our print and web publications. We offer an exciting, commission-based earning potential. If you know your way around magazine ad sales and understand targets, incentives and bonuses, you might just be the person we’re looking for.

Wildside TIMES is a hot new local St Francis Bay print magazine on the cusp of great things, we like to believe. It comes out every two months, garnering attention from readers and advertisers alike. However, it currently needs some special person to look after the existing advertisers and secure new clients.


The West Wind is a Monthly digital lifestyle magazine covering St Francis Bay and environs that is extraordinarily popular among the locals and visitors alike. It came about around the time of lockdown, without any idea of where it would be heading, and we are currently full steam ahead for issue 16.

Should we find a person suitable for the job, there are also possible revenue streams with St Francis Today and further opportunities.

If you’re good with people, motivated to earn, and understand the business of publishing, please send a one-page covering letter to and nothing else.

We’re excited to find the right person to fill this position.

The position is available immediately.

Good luck.

Wildside TIMES Issue 2 Out Now!

Wildside TIMES Issue 2 Out Now!

The new issue of the local St Francis Bay print mag Wildside TIMES is out today. It will be delivered during the course of the day to selected retail outlets throughout the village, and it is a FREE publication.

Included in Issue #2 is an interview with Craig Northwood, the man behind Wine On Water. In the interview, Craig tells us about the trials, as well as the triumph, that was the inaugural Wine On Water 2022.

There is also an interview with Garth Sampson, ‘The Weather Guru,’ and the surprising element of his interview, despite our water woes, is that he fears a flood more than anything else. It was great to chat with the real weather guru, with all of the weather knowledge at his fingertips, and he has some amazing stories to tell.

We preview the upcoming Concours Sur Mesure festival coming to St Francis Bay, and it looks like it might be the biggest festival to come to our village.

There are reviews on Off The Menu, The St Francis Brewery and Chokka Block, and there is a look-back at the Rip Curl GromSearch and our local lads who performed well at the event.

There is also an interview with Liam Schweitzer the winner of the inaugural Night Swim during the St Francis Resort Amanzi Challenge.

There are also some very cool giveaways. We have an amazing EZ Massager to give away, a very cool Rip Curl The Search Straw Beach Hat, as well as a case of mixed St Francis Brewery beer for one lucky reader who is over 18 years of age.

We also cover the Slipway Surf Crew and discover how and why this surf club was formed. Derek Cook tells us all about the motivation, and the club’s mission, to look after our resources.

The support has been great for this publication, from contributors as well as from advertisers, and we are looking forward to working on issue #3 soon enough.

New Local Magazine Launches In St Francis Bay!

New Local Magazine Launches In St Francis Bay!

Wildside TIMES Launches in St Francis Bay

A new community magazine has launched in St Francis Bay and although we might be a bit biased (we made the magazine) it is quite lekker. It has been receiving quite incredible feedback and the team behind it are quite blown away by the vibe of positivity around  it. The word is out that there is a huge comeback on the way with print magazines, which makes Wildside TIMES a trendsetter.

A huge thank you to all involved from the making of the magazine, to the advertisers and supporters and all those who had enough faith and vision to invest in something that, at the time, didn’t exist. The team at Wildside TIMES have a very solid appreciation of loyalty.

Here are a few answers to some frequently answered questions since it launched. Anything not answered please direct your queries to the publisher at

What is it called? Wildside TIMES

How much does it cost? It’s free, and it always will be free.

Where can i grab a copy? Retail outlets around St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis. The SPAR, the Quays, Build it, Harcourts, Chas Everitt, Off The Menu, Bistro Vin De Boeuf, Cape St Francis Resort, Joe Fish, Full Stop and more.

What’s it all about? Local people and business, events, happenings and good times. Positive vibes and fun articles, The magazine focuses on the local community but they do spread their wings to cover JBay, especially the upcoming Jeffreys Bay Surfing Festival.

Is The Magazine on Social Media? Barely, but this will happen in the next day or two, and the magazine will also publish a digital version. Just. Been. So Busy.

What to do if you want to stock it in your shop going forward? Mail

The plan for the magazine was to be a quarterly, but after the initial feedback we’re probably going to publish every two months.

The first run was so well received there aren’t many left. The team hope everyone got a copy. If you’re desperate for a copy of the first issue (it will become a collector’s item)

Thanks to – all the advertisers, all the contributors, creative director Mark Campbell, local support.

Editorial pitches / photo submissions?

What do we need? Dates and details of any upcoming events. Feedback, of any sort. Advertising, to pay for print bills, Coffee, to keep us going. Support, it’s a small village and we’re all in this together.

Advertising inquiries and ad rates?

Compliments/complaints/feedback/advice/ideas are all very welcome –