Scope was a South African weekly men's lifestyle magazine. The magazine was launched in the 1960s and was controversial for challenging Apartheid South Africa's strict censorship laws with its bikini-clad cover girls. The weekly was published in Durban by Republican Press until its final issue in 1996. At its peak, it was South Africa's best-selling English magazine, with a circulation of 250,000.

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  • Scope was a South African weekly men's lifestyle magazine. The magazine was launched in the 1960s and was controversial for challenging Apartheid South Africa's strict censorship laws with its bikini-clad cover girls. The weekly was published in Durban by Republican Press until its final issue in 1996. At its peak, it was South Africa's best-selling English magazine, with a circulation of 250,000. (en)
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  • Raquel Welchon the 12 January 1973 cover (en)
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  • Editor (en)
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  • Republican Press
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  • South Africa
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  • Dave Mullany
  • Jack Shepherd Smith
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  • 1966 (xsd:integer)
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  • Weekly
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  • Raquel Welch on cover of Scope magazine.jpg
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  • 1996 (xsd:integer)
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  • Scope was a South African weekly men's lifestyle magazine. The magazine was launched in the 1960s and was controversial for challenging Apartheid South Africa's strict censorship laws with its bikini-clad cover girls. The weekly was published in Durban by Republican Press until its final issue in 1996. At its peak, it was South Africa's best-selling English magazine, with a circulation of 250,000. (en)
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  • Scope (magazine) (en)
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  • Scope (en)
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