The Big Issue #295

  • The Big Issue #295 (20 April – 19 May 2021) is available from your favourite vendor across the city

Tapestries of a mother’s legacy

Ruschka Jaffer, daughter of respected South African journalist, activist and author Zubeida Jaffer, introduces Number10 Publishers, which she co-founded to preserve her mother’s legacy.

Capturing our collective past 

Pringle Bay resident Brendon Roberts has started a journey to create a global family album that will feature and caption photos taken between 1900 and 1999.

Klein Karoo’s pride project

Oudtshoorn-born designer and entrepreneur Nathaniël Rabie recently started a passion project involving T-shirts branded with the names of local neighbourhoods, and it is taking off “like wildfire”.

Ambassadors for change

Big Issue vendors Xoliswa Ntunta, Bongani Pholo, Thabo Jamangile, Siphokazi Magobiyane and Ntombekhaya Mhambi are doing the organisation proud as dedicated distributors of the magazine.

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Ambassadors for change

Big Issue vendors Xoliswa Ntunta, Bongani Pholo, Thabo Jamangile, Siphokazi Magobiyane and Ntombekhaya Mhambi are doing the organisation proud as dedicated distributors of the magazine.

Klein Karoo’s pride project

Oudtshoorn born designer and entrepreneur Nathaniël Rabie recently started a passion project involving T-shirts branded with the names of local neighbourhoods, and it is taking off “like wildfire”.

Capturing our collective past

Pringle Bay resident Brendon Roberts has started a journey to create a global family album that will feature and caption photos taken between 1900 and 1999.

Tapestries of a mother’s legacy

Ruschka Jaffer, daughter of respected South African journalist, activist and author Zubeida Jaffer, introduces Number10 Publishers, which she co-founded to preserve her mother’s legacy.

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