The Big Issue #303
- The Big Issue #303 (January – February 2022). Our Media Voices Edition is available in South Africa, nationally, from select Spar and Pick n Pay stores, and street vendors across Cape Town CBD and suburbs.
Damon Galgut’s Booker-winning novel probes white South Africa and the land issue.
Broadcast journalist and author Mandy Winer chats to Pan Macmillan about her novel The Whistleblowers.
Tessa van Staden, Station Manager for CapeTalk 567AM has worked in radio for most of her life. She first stepped into a studio at the age of five when she accompanied her mother to the live recording of then popular radio dramas.
Minimising harm while doing the job of telling stories … and remembering those who died in service.
This may just be me, but I have used the sentence ‘I don’t know the answer to that’, or versions of it, more times over the past year than in the rest of my life put together.
Media insights straight from the heart of one of South Africa’s most prolific newsrooms as told by newly appointed News Editor at Eyewitness News, Nisa Allie.
South African institutions are limping and the media is no exception …
Anton Harber, veteran South African journalist, editor and Professor of Journalism at the University of the Witwatersrand wrote So, For the Record: Behind the Headlines in an Era of State Capture. It’s a deep dive into the conduct of the media as mega corruption and state capture engulfed and eventually brought down Jacob Zuma’s administration. Politics Editor Thabo Leshilo asked the author to provide the highlights.
Ten young ambitious musicians from Cape Town have been awarded full bursaries to change the tune of their futures with Bridges For Music Academy’s five-month Music MBA programme.
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