In alignment with our Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, MOVE, we seek to empower and uplift the people who bring Mungo to life. Read more about our recent sewing workshop – a 6 week course that forms part of our staff development program.
Mungo? Mango?! We often are confronted with this conundrum. Read more to find out the secret behind our name.
As part of Mungo’s Social Responsibility Initiative, MOVE, we recently hosted our second installment of the Kids of Kurland Kikoi Project. Read more about how 16 students got to design their very own kikoi colourway.
This weekend we will be donating all profits from the sale of every Tamarind Vrou Vrou purchased online to support Cyclone Idai victims. In the aftermath of one of the most devastating natural disasters to hit Southern Africa, our friends at Sussuro have started a crowdfunding campaign to help all those affected.
We’re so excited to have launched our corporate social responsibility programme MOVE – our action to empower the people of the Plettenberg Bay area and protect the environment in which we produce.
It’s our big annual sale, and this year we’re honouring our former employee Simnikiwe Mfengu with a special preview… place your bid to be there!
The winning Kids of Kurland kikoi design has been produced and is now available in stores – the first project of our Mungo MOVE program.
In our efforts to become the best company we can possibly be, we’ve been experimenting with natural dyeing. Craig details how he managed to create the colours in this limited edition naturally dyed Kenza scarf.
Open to the public, the mill showcases a cross-section of weaving production from pre-industrial revolution to present day. At once, it has become our new thriving hub of production, and also the embodiment of our commitment to transparency in what we make and do.