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Posted on: Tuesday, 23 June 2009

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Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela

Think Nelson Mandela; think leader; think freedom, think iconic African printed shirts. Mnandi Textiles carries an African textile and ready-made fashion range fit for a king, suitable for a tribesman and worn by a Nobel Peace Prize winning president. Choose from a selection of traditional African prints in geometric patterns inspired on sub-Saharan soil and adorned on a statuesque statesmen.

Vibrant natural fibres are embellished with ethnic shapes authentic to rural tribal cultures. Shweshwe is the … traditional name of a 100% cotton material tailored for special formal events and gatherings. Wrap yourself in African fabric, shape your own outfit and beam with South African pride knowing that your style is cut from the same cloth as local legends …

© Mnandi Textiles

© Mnandi Textiles

Mnandi Textiles bears the right to manufacture and distribute clothing with the recognised face of former South African president, Nelson Mandela (fondly referred to by his clan name, Madiba, as a sign of respect) as well as the green and yellow logo of the ANC which was the first political party to rule the country as a result of a free and fair democratic election.

Find Mnandi Textiles at 90 Station Road, Observatory in Cape Town or phone +27 (0)21 447-6814. See samples fabric swatches at: Mnandi Textiles Photo Gallery

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