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Savannah Collection Nguni Skin – Ivory/Black
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    Savannah Collection Nguni Skin – Ivory/Black by
    My Africa

    The Bella Vita Nguni Skin throw is inspired by the traditional ways of living from the nguni tribe. These are AmaXhosa, AmaZulu and AmaSwazi people who brought the first ancestors of today’s Nguni cattle to Southern Africa during their migration from East Africa between 600 and 1400 AD. Since then, the Nguni tribe has played an important social, economic and spiritual role in these societies. The beauty and uniqueness of each cow’s skin has long been catalogued in the tribe’s poetry.

    About My Africa


    Discover a collection that transcends the boundaries of time – the My Africa brand by Aranda. For years, Aranda have been curating a range of blankets, throws, and wraps that pay homage to the rich tapestry of the African culture. This collection is a testament to our commitment to preserving and celebrating the diverse heritage of the African continent. Treat yourself to a throw were tradition to meets contemporary creativity. The My Africa range is more than just throws; it’s a journey through the African stories and artistry that have been passed down through generations. Each piece encapsulates the vibrant colours, intricate patterns, and profound narratives that define the spirit of Africa. As you explore our collection, you’re not just acquiring a blanket or a throw – you’re investing in a piece of history.

    Join us in celebrating the timeless beauty of Africa’s heritage. Browse through our selection and bring a touch of this enduring legacy into your own home. My Africa is more than a brand; it’s an invitation to be a part of something larger, something that echoes through time and connects us all.

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