Mphepho Herbal Tea

Imphepho (the flowers of the everlasting family Helichrysum) is used in South African traditional medicine to heal physical and spiritual ailments. This indigenous plant is an all-purpose herb that is used for internal and external cleansing. ๐Ÿƒ Herbal teas are our favourite way to start the day and unwind at the end of a long […]

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Africanism in Fashion Design

The power of clothing is one of the biggest things in indigenous knowledge. We know that clothes had function. Patterns and accessories served a purpose in the hierarchy of our ancestors communities. Our clothes have always carried meaning.ย  – Phetogo Gift Kgosi Phetogo Kgakgamatso Gift Kgosierileng is the creator of the ‘No Modern Slave’ clothing […]

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African Hooded Ponchos

AfroSavvy is launching a new line of reversible hooded ponchos. The ponchos are denim based and available in a variety of fabrics and colours. Orders can be placed online via this website on the ‘contact us’ page. You can also DM us on our social media pages for orders, enquiries and payment details. Get an […]

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New Winter Dress

This original AfroSavvy dress is designed by Celi Nhlengethwa. It comes in denim, deep brown and black. We’re excited to launch this dress in winter as it’s perfect for layering with your choice of warm clothes. Check out our social media for more options and DM or email us for orders, pricing and delivery details.

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*KingSaint

Phahla ntwana, ukhanye naphakade. Thokozani. AfroSavvy is distributing this proudly South African brand, owned by Lerato Lunga. The quotes are inspired by African Spirituality and can be personalised for you under the conditions that the quotes remain in line with the inspiration of the brand. Orders can be made via this website on the Contact […]

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The Pitika Ntuli Art Studio

The Pitika Ntuli Art Studio is full of spiritually charged artwork and literature. It contains Prof. Ntuli’s sculptures of wood, bone, metal, bronze and stone; along with his paintings and sketches. During his 30 years in exile, Pitika travelled around the world, spending the majority of that time in Swaziland and the United Kingdom; studying […]

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