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In this issue

Grow Don't Mow - Join the Garden Revolution

Visit The ‘Seaside Circus'

There’s a new art activation on the prom …

Visit The ‘Seaside Circus'

1 min

SA's Food Capture?

While the debate rages on over glyphosate-based herbicides, farmers are spraying the chemical all over the world

SA's Food Capture?

5 mins

Design That Uplifts, Delight Intrigues

A collaboration with Southern Guild at the Silo District in Cape Town showcases designer Rich Mnisi’s first solo exhibition, titled Nyoka, on show from 2 October 2021 through to 4 February 2022. Designed to reach out and inspire.

Design That Uplifts, Delight Intrigues

4 mins

Why Kaaps Language Dictionary Matters!

The first-ever dictionary of South Africa’s Kaaps language has launched. Why it matters …

Why Kaaps Language Dictionary Matters!

5 mins

Hungry, And Tired

This charity has been feeding Cape Town’s hungry for more than 80 years. Never have so many people queued for food.

Hungry, And Tired

6 mins

Life's Ups And Downs

Feeling burnt out? Clinical Psychologist and Business Director at The Human Edge, Helene Vermaak, gives some grounded self-care advice for anyone feeling overstressed or depleted.

Life's Ups And Downs

4 mins

WHAT'S ON?

Get out and about under the spring sun, or enjoy entertainment online from the comfort of your couch …

WHAT'S ON?

2 mins

SPACE TO REFLECT

When former Big Issue editor, Alicia English, lost her husband to Covid-19 earlier this year, she and her son discovered a novel way to process overwhelming, difficult feelings.

SPACE TO REFLECT

3 mins

INSPIRATIONAL READING

Whether you tap, turn pages or listen to audiobooks, an inspirational read can help you relax and see the world differently.

INSPIRATIONAL READING

2 mins

Rough sleeping

“Winters are the worst nightmare for us,” says a homeless man in Springs. Temperatures dropped to minus 7º C recently.

Rough sleeping

3 mins

Who Took The Photo?

On Youth Day we remember the gut-wrenching image of a dying, 12-year-old Hector Pieterson carried by Mbuyisa Makhubu

Who Took The Photo?

3 mins

Cheerleaders At 60 Plus

Japanese seniors add sparkle during COVID-19

Cheerleaders At 60 Plus

3 mins

Airports - A Homeless Shelter

Some people can end up living at airports for long periods of time. Many individuals have managed to live in terminals for weeks, months and sometimes even years.

Airports - A Homeless Shelter

5 mins

University Of Crime

An intimate look inside Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison.

University Of Crime

7 mins

State Of The Arts

Can you imagine living without all music and TV for the rest of the year? After the COVID-19 lockdowns, many talented local performers in the performing arts industry are foregoing the basics of food and shelter.

State Of The Arts

4 mins

Exploring The Politics Of Identity

Karen Rutter, Editor-in-Chief of www.weekendspecial.co.za interviews multidisciplinary artist Thania Petersen

Exploring The Politics Of Identity

4 mins

Mental Health Mondays

The Big Issue discovers that Miss SA 2020 uses her celebrity status to confront all forms of bullying, exposing behaviour that culminates in long-term mental health issues.

Mental Health Mondays

3 mins

SNEAK PEAK

The Big Issue spoke with author, journalist, magazine editor and media entrepreneur Irna van Zyl. Her fourth book, the psychological thriller One Fine Day (Penguin Random House), is due for release this September.

SNEAK PEAK

8 mins

An Inside Job

Yusuf Ganief, Executive Chairperson of Cape Town Festival and lead singer and manager of the music duo Desert Rose, invites us to join his journey in search of freedom.

An Inside Job

4 mins

The Year Of The Ark

Bonang Mohale, a leading businessman and Chancellor of the University of the Free State, recently delivered a speech at a masters’ and doctoral graduation ceremony, from which many South Africans can draw inspiration. This is an edited version of his speech.

The Year Of The Ark

3 mins

Living Without Chaos

South African social philosopher and poet Athol Williams weighs up the cost of unfettered chaos.

Living Without Chaos

4 mins

A Question Of Liberty

While there is still much to be done to achieve true freedom for all South Africans, media veteran Ryland Fisher shares why we have reason to celebrate.

A Question Of Liberty

5 mins

Careful What You Wish For

Former newspaper editor Gasant Abarder refl ects on past fantasies about freedom and the imperfections that come with living in a democracy.

Careful What You Wish For

3 mins

Mind Your Language

Shadrack Ncele, an undergraduate law student, articulates his inner conflict and double consciousness as a young man born into isiXhosa culture who is now immersed in the English language.

Mind Your Language

6 mins

Being Homeless Isn't A Crime

According to Statistics South Africa, ours is the most unequal country in the world. And this inequality is visible in all of our cities. Unless you are living under a rock, you’ll be aware that South Africa has a large homeless population.

Being Homeless Isn't A Crime

4 mins

Two Lies And A Half Truth

Marketing Campaign Strategist Jordan Pieters delves into the disparities between the constitutional freedoms that young South Africans have been born into, and their lived realities.

Two Lies And A Half Truth

5 mins

The Food Stories Of Our Komvandaan* *Komvandaan Means ‘Where We Come From'.

During a time when big media houses closed esteemed magazine titles, one small, black female-owned company – Mikateko Media – launched a brand-new quarterly magazine called Koe’sister.

The Food Stories Of Our Komvandaan* *Komvandaan Means ‘Where We Come From'.

6 mins

Share Your Notes!

In 2020, two Bishops Diocesan College matric boys created a website called Notes Share to help online learning for all students from Grades 8 to 12.

Share Your Notes!

2 mins

A Breath Of Clean Air

An enterprising group of South African doctors, engineers and designers based in East London has invented a medical device that revolutionises oxygen delivery to COVID-19 patients.

A Breath Of Clean Air

3 mins

To Go Far, Go Together

Violence Prevention Through Urban Upgrading (VPUU), an area-based community development organisation, has used social innovation to coproduce strong neighbourhood economies while helping to fight COVID-19.

To Go Far, Go Together

6 mins

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Big Issue Magazine Description:

Publisherbig issue

CategoryCulture

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The Big Issue is a non-profit nongovernmental organisation (NGO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) that publishes a general interest monthly magazine which focuses on the big social issues of the day. The vendors who sell the magazine are self-employed micro-retailers.

Our Social Development Programme provides vendor support including vocational, life and business skills training and guidance counselling.

The Big Issue aims to actively encourage and equip vendors to “move on” from the project into mainstream society.

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