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From humble 'China Bag' to chic garment - by Ubuntu at Work - South Africa's Marianne Fassler.
Under the Workspace neem tree, Ubuntu women members discuss production plans and community development.
Ubuntu is transforming how handmade products are produced and priced. Ubuntu is redefining artisanship.
Women at our Soshanguve (South Africa) Workspace are collaborating with South African fashion designer, Marianne Fassler, to produce quality apparel.
Our women member produce quality cotton shopping bags in large volumes for retailers. Help our planet and stop using plastic!
Members of Batuan Workspace who produce paper and cotton fabric shopping bags for Bali and the World
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