Oops! Our bad – we botched the dates
In the South African Jewish Report Online’s free weekly newsletter last week, we erroneously stated that the first print edition of Jewish Report would be coming out in the week of January 9. It isn’t, and wasn’t ever planned to.
The correct information is that the Jewish Report’s offices will reopen this week, on January 9, and that the first print edition will be published next week ending January 16. We regret the error.
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OOPS. The incorrect note we put in the newsletter last week – it was meant to read: “Office opens Friday 9 Jan” and this week’s newsletter should then have read “Next print edition 16 Jan.” Unless, of course, you get the newsletter, then you get yours on Wed 7 Jan!
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