The Džungla company operates a variety of businesses in different economic sectors, including in the recreation, real estate, and media. The leading figures in the company are Sašo and Milka Đurić, but other members of the Đurić family, namely Tina Đurić and Tamara Sukara, are also listed as shareholders.

Džungla was founded in 1997 by Milka’s husband and Sašo’s father, Drago Đurić who was murdered in 2013. The killer was sentenced to 18 years in prison, and co conspirators got 11 and seven years in prison. The murder motive was financial in nature.

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Limited Liability Company

Business Sectors

Recreation, weddings, power plant, apartment rental


Individual Owner

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General Information

Founding Year


Affiliated Interests Founder

Drago Đurić

founded Džungla and Džungla Radio in 1997. He was murdered in 2013, after which three people were sentenced for their involvement in his execution and the conspiracy against him.


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Adress: Nikole Pašića street 71, Doboj

Tel: +387 53 203-750

Web site: dzungla.net

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Financial Information

Revenue (Financial Data/ Optional)

321.891 USD / 555.262 BAM

Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

4.785 USD / 8.255 BAM

Advertising (in % of total funding)

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ownership data is easily available from other sources, e. g. public registries etc.

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Ownership data from 2023 is sourced from the Commercial District Court in Doboj and is available through the court upon request. Media outlet was contacted on 8th of August 2023 and did not responded to our questions. Ownership data was obtained through a FOI request to the responsible municipal court in July 2023. Financial data is only available for Džungla doo, not specifically for the Radio Džungla outlet. The revenue and operating profit figures are from 2021, and obtained from the Agency for intermediary, IT and financial services - APIF. The amounts have been converted into USD using the Central Bank's average exchange rate for December 31, 2021. Audience share information for the period between March 2022 and March 2023 was obtained from the IPSOS market research firm.

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