iSizwe Distributors is proud to offer distribution services to some outstanding publications from the southern African region.
Our clients include:
2 Strong An alternate monthly magazine focusing on the contemporary South African music scene. Featuring established as well as new and upcoming artists, music industry news, posters, interviews as well as information about upcoming concerts and events.
Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing is a quarterly magazine. It is the go to South African magazine for aesthetics, anti-ageing, skin care, dermatology, integrative medicine, cosmetic dentistry and cosmetic/plastic/reconstructive surgery. It is the pit-stop for aesthetically minded readers who are already on, or about to embark on their aesthetic journey. It has been in circulation since November 2011, and is privately owned and published by LeWeb Media PTY Ltd.
Brainstorm is a monthly business magazine focused on the information communication and technology industry. It covers the burning issues in the IT world. It is fresh, controversial and independent. With hard-hitting journalism and entertaining writing, top-drawer photography and classy design, Brainstorm remains the most influential South African business IT monthly.
Coffee Magazine: A quarterly magazine dedicated to bringing coffee lovers and coffee professionals together. Coffee culture, coffee lifestyle, coffee travel… All things coffee, from bean to cup. Pour a cup, pull up a chair and indulge your passion for the bean.
Cyclists’ Guide: An annual compilation of all the on and off road cycle races in South Africa. Including all the vital information that any cyclist needs, from dates to entry fees and race profiles.
Exit Newspaper is a monthly tabloid newspaper. It covers LGBTQI news, issues and events in sub-Sahara Africa.
FarmBiz is a monthly English language magazine covering farming and agricultural business news and information in Africa with special focus on South and Southern Africa.
Forbes Africa magazine is Africa’s premier monthly, pan-African business magazine. It is the localised version of the highly acclaimed Forbes magazine, renowned for its critical views on business, investment and capitalism and global as well as local lists such as the World’s Billionaires and Africa’s Richest. In line with Africa having the fastest growth of high net worth individuals (HNWIs), the demand for Forbes Africa is apparent.
Noseweek: A monthly investigative journalism magazine. If something fishy is going down in South Africa, whether in the political, business, educational, legal (or any other) community Noseweek will give you the inside scoop.
Race Dates: A semi-annual compilation and update of all the road running races in South Africa. Including all the vital information that any runner needs, from dates to entry fees.
Runners’ Guide: An annual compilation of all the road running races in South Africa. Including all the vital information that any runner needs, from dates to entry fees and race profiles.
StockFarm is a monthly English language semi-scientific magazine aimed at commercial livestock farmers. It will tell you how to improve the profitability and effectiveness of your livestock farming operations.
The South African Artist A monthly practical visual arts magazine for the South African artist. Whether a professional or a hobbyist this magazine offers practical solutions and insights into the creative process.
Stephan Welz and Co With over fifty years of experience Stephan Welz and Co. maintains its commitment to knowledge, transparency, credibility, service and discretion, and its expertise in a range of categories including fine art, design, stamps, silver, furniture, collectable cars and jewellery. Featuring salerooms in Johannesburg and Cape Town that have hosted over 700 successful auctions and a range of other events, the specialists of Stephan Welz and Co. can be relied upon to provide the highest levels of knowledge and service.
The Standard: A weekly general newspaper covering all you need to know about Zimbabwean social, political, sport and other general news. Printed in South Africa, published every Sunday. Available in major metropolitan areas on a Sunday and elsewhere on a Monday. Available in all inland provinces of South Africa.
Tribe: a quarterly business, leadership and lifestyle magazine, covering innovation, trends, brand impact, adventure and travel.
Truck and Trailer a fortnightly classified magazine for commercial, agricultural and industrial machinery, trucks, spares, services etc.
VeePlaas is an Afrikaans monthly magazine. It is looks at the farming industry through the eyes of the stock farmer. It is strictly focused on the business of farming and is apolitical. It is a technical and business publication.
Zimbabwe Independent: A weekly business newspaper covering all you need to know about Zimbabwean business, economic and political news. Printed in South Africa. Available on a Saturday. Available in all inland provinces of South Africa.
Zimpapers publishes a number of daily and weekly newspapers in Zimbabwe. Everything from Sunday morning gossip and sports news to serious business and financial news reporting and analysis is available from their stable.
We are actively growing this list and welcome all enquiries from interested parties. We would be happy to give you a customised quote based on your specific needs.