- Bela Bela
- 2005 - National Winner Nissan/Capro small Newspaper of the year award.
- 2005 - Sanlam's best Advertisement of the year
- 2006 - Paul Harris Award given by the Rotary –highest acknowledgement; Recipients –KeinaSwart and Bea Emslie
- 2007 - 2nd in Sanlam Awards: Overall Photographer Award
- 2007 - 4th in Sanlam Awards: Writer hard news
- 2008 - Sanlam Awards: Best Press Photographer of the year
- 2009 - Sanlam Awards: Best Sports Photographer
- 2009 - 2nd in Sanlam Awards: Best small Newspaper of the year award
The Post Children's Fund:
Established in 2001, the fund supports under privileged children from The Post's readership area.
With specific focus on HIV Aids orphans. 80% of Distribution Agents serving the Post plough their profit weekly back into the Children's Fund.
Jack to a King:
Entrepreneurial Project which set out to curb unemployment in all sectors. Local business get involved via a Competition whereby they motivate 'n skills development plan amongst the unemployed. This competition demanded so much interest on National level, that it was reported on frequently in the business section of national daily newspapers. Approximately 80 individuals in 2008/2009 received skill development training through Jack to a King.
In attempt to give back to society, especially the newspaper industry, LiN approached MapppSeta to get involved in their internship programs. LiN recruited 10 students who are currently getting practical experience in all aspects of this growing industry.
MAPPP-SETA is a sector training authority that supports and facilitates education and training in the media, advertising and visual arts, film and electronic media, cultural heritage, publishing, printing and packaging sectors. MAPPP-SETA is founded on the Skills Development Act and the Skills Development Levies Act. MAPPP-SETA assists organisations, which pay levies in our economic sector, to raise the skills levels of the sector, therefore making the sector more competitive and sustainable in the global market. This is achieved by increasing the capacity of the organisation in the sector as well as the skills development and training providers to deliver quality, accredited education and training interventions for the workforce and the employers within the MAPPP sectors.