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MOZAMBIQUE: INVESTMENT OF 40 MILLION DOLLARS FOR RIOPELE TEXTILE FACTORY

The consortium of Mozambican and Portuguese companies that has purchased the assets of Riopele, a textile company in Marracuene, 30 kilometres north of Maputo, which has been paralysed for the past 20 years, intends to spend 40...
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Can Fashion save wildlife? Wildlife Works is on a Mission to do just so! – BRAND PROFILE

Wildlife Works is a lifestyle brand advancing economic and social solutions in communities where wildlife survival is threatened. Wildlife Works’ mission is to harness the power of the global consumer to create innovativ...
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THE AFRICAN SHIRT COMPANY / Love Shirts, Love Africa – DESIGNER PROFILE

I first visited The African Shirt Company on my trip to Nairobi where I hosted our Fashion Africa Seminar. I flew from Nairobi into Mombasa (after taking near to 10 planes already) and was so glad to be met by the lovely Kenyan...
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Love Weaving and Lust Lemlem – SS13 Collection

Super model, actress and philanthropist Liya Kebede who was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia has climbed many glossy ladders to get to where she is today. And by no means has she abandoned the root of her success on...
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ASOS drop their AW12 ASOS Africa collection

The  popular ASOS Africa range has been getting positive reviews since its inception and have just dropped their latest winter collection. The AW12 collection ASOS AFRICA offers a colour palette of rich tones, softened with ...
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Amani Liberia: Transformation Through Fashion

One of Liberia’s greatest victories in recent times was the election of Africa’s first female president, Hon. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Since then, the Republic has made a major impact in the growing woman empowerment movement...
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