41 Caledon Str (cnr Canterbury)
District Six

African Home

Commerce Equitable

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African Home offers a range of home décor and kitchenware products based on the finest African aesthetic and artistic traditional workmanship. Marketing these products while developing new products constantly, it creates work for disadvantaged communities with high levels of unemployment.

South Africa has a rich tapestry of crafts people working with diverse, almost endless, natural materials: Beads, wire, wood, textiles, clay and glass are simply the most prominent. The beauty of the indigenous and traditional designs translate themselves into contemporary design home ware.

The employment of fair trade principles ensures that artisans and crafts people are paid a fee that they regard as fair and equitable in terms of their effort and resources.

African Home maintains, and practices, a strong commitment to environmental awareness. Accordingly, all materials used in our products are consistent with, and promoting of, the sustainability of the natural resources of South Africa. For example, the wood we use is sourced from fallen trees within sustainable forests, driftwood or alien trees that have heavy water consumption levels. Many natural and local products are used such as hessian, reeds, weeds, clay, paper and wire.

African Home is a member of the International Fair Trade Association (IFAT) and Proudly South African.

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