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  • Mungo supports Cyclone Idai by funding Sussuro crowdfunding

    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.

  • 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!

  • Kids learning about textile making at the Mungo Mill

    The winning Kids of Kurland kikoi design has been produced and is now available in stores – the first project of our Mungo MOVE program.

  • These are the best pictures we received as submissions in 2018 for our monthly #mungotowelstory giveaway.

  • Looms at our Mungo Mill in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

    I was a big Mungo fan long before I started working here. It was the Itawuli that first got me. The African Sunset one, to be specific. A student at the time, I had been coveting it for many months before a bout of bronchitis helped me to bring one home.

  • A student selects some green yarn for their textile design at the Mungo mill in Plettenberg Bay

    For our first fundraising activation with the Kids of Kurland Foundation, we spent a day teaching students about textile weaving and creating a Kikoi to be sold at Mungo stores and raise funds for teachers’ salaries.

  • Textile pattern cards

    Lenore Schroeder, our new designer tells us a bit about her career in the world of textiles and her experience working for Mungo.

  • WEDDING LINEN A small but necessary addition to making your wedding day just that more special is finding the perfect table linen. A bonus of being the daughter of a weaver and part of the Mungo team, is that when your wedding rolls around its a good time to cash in on some favors and …

  • Last year Stuart found himself in Mali en route to the remote Jazz festival of ‘Festival au Desert.’ While there Stuart wandered through villages, alleys and streets in search of local weavers and indigo dyers to learn more about their craft. In Mali weaving is generally done by men, although woman do have an important …

  • Let us introduce ourselves! Mungo has been steadily growing for nearly 15 years. It began as more of a hobby to founder Stuart Holding when he was given some unwanted Antique looms that were basically left for scrap. He refurbished and restored them in an out house of the Old Nick Homestead, which today is …

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