The Big Issue is a socially responsible non-profit organisation that enables willing unemployed and marginalised adults to take responsibility for their own lives through a developmental employment programme.
PHOTOGRAHY: ACHMAT BOOLEY
Cape Town photographer and Big Issue designer Achmat Booley recently went on an unforgett able journey through Morocco where he captured the people, architecture and colourful tapestries of this mesmerising destination.
Please follow and like us:Follow Many of our vendors sell The Big Issue not only to make an honest living and improve their lives, but also to give their children access to better opportunities than those available to their parents. Nicky Asher-Pedro, The Big Issue’s social worker, noted that the vendors need all the help […]
Words and Photographs: Justin Fox (@Justinfoxafrica))
Just three hours south of the bustling city centre of Cape Town lies the sleepy seaside town of Arniston. For more than 200 years, this quaint fishing village has managed to escape major development. Justin Fox spent some time exploring the picturesque holiday spot.
Please follow and like us:Follow Our theme for this issue is ‘Neighbourhoods of the World’. Thanks to contributions from the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards, we catch a glimpse into neighbourhoods from around the globe. Portraits Nature Photography If you’re a nature lover, look out for our wildlife photography. Our stunning cover image of […]
Big Issue entrepreneur Mkhululi Magqabi sells the magazine and his colourful handstitched cooking bags opposite the River Club in Observatory. He recently received a special handup from a loyal Big Issue reader.