Cape Town City girl moves to the simple life in Beira, Mozambique!
It has now been 3 years. We moved a month after our wedding, following my husband’s dream of working beyond the SA border.
We currently live in an old Portuguese styled house, where I have cultivated a herb garden and adopted a expat lifestyle.
2020 is all about growing and expanding and seeing where the brand may take us. We would love for K8Afrika to become a small sustainable business. Every day we try our best to create more work for the sewing women at Restoring Hope Sewing School (Equip Mozambique).
K8Afrika products will soon be availalbe in Cape Town, where we have found someone who is equally passionate about the KAfrika project, to sell the range. K8Afrika will be showcasing across the Cape Town market scene. If you love our brand, please give us a follow on our Instagram and Facebook accounts to see where we are next located.
The range currently includes; Gorongosa Gowns, Amanhá Kimonos, Palmeria Totes, Macuti Cosmetic Bags, Sofala Aprons and soon to launch homeware. Everything is 100% cotton and made in the colourful fabrics of Mozambique. By selling these products we are further enabling the women at Equip Mozambique sewing school.
The latest addition to the K8Afrika collection, is a gorgeous circular wrap skirt. This skirt is a Restoring Hope Sewing School design which we fell in love with and we have called ……..
We are looking to further expansion and in the near future, the range will include some homeware and yoga accessories.
We predict 2020 will be a great year for K8AfriKa Our challenge is to create more work opportunity for the seamstresses of the Restoring Hope Sewing School, so we welcome new ideas and adventures. Please contact us, especially if you are keen to market KAfriKa in Europe.
Let the year 2020 be the year that counts.