Wanted Online, the digital platform of Business Day’s glossy lifestyle magazine Wanted, is the only online luxury lifestyle destination in South Africa to cover arts and entertainment, society, travel, food, style and fashion, watches, jewellery, beauty, technology and motoring on one beautifully designed and responsive site making it easy to read on any device.

Positioned as a fresh, daily complement to the monthly print edition with plenty of original, online-only content, Wanted Online is aimed at the affluent, educated reader. Edited by Siphiwe Mpye, it publishes thoughtful journalism alongside luxury lifestyle indulgences.

Only two months after its launch in 2016, Wanted Online was named best new product at the inaugural Digital Media Africa Awards.

Wanted and Wanted Online are published by Arena Holdings.

Contact us

Tel: +27 11 280 5619


Physical address: Hill on Empire, 16 Empire Road, Johannesburg

Postal address: PO Box 1745, Saxonwold, 2132

What would you like to do?

  • Contact the Wanted Online editorial team: wanted@arena.africa or Tel: +27 11 280 5697
  • Report a technical problem: Email wanted@arena.africa with as much information about the problem as possible.


For your bespoke advertising solution, contact:

Celeste Khumalo: business manager - luxury

Samantha Pienaar: account manager – Cape Town

Anne Atkinson: account manager

Arena Holdings BEE credentials

Arena Holdings is the publisher and owner of Wanted magazine and Wanted Online, among others. It is a Level 4 contributor to broad-based black economic empowerment on the generic scorecard set out by the Department of Trade and Industry.

View our B-BBEE verification certificate.

Press Code

Wanted Online subscribes to the Press Council's Code of Ethics and Conduct for South African Print and Online Media, which prescribes news that is truthful, accurate, fair and balanced.

Should you wish to lodge a complaint about our coverage, please lodge a complaint on the Press Council’s website, alternatively email the complaint to enquiries@ombudsman.org.za or contact the Press Council on 011 484 3612.

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