For over 30 years we’ve been removing the door to our flagship Plett shop, and re-hinging it at the close of day. Yesterday we closed it until we can reopen – alongside our 2 other shops and Mungo Mill in preparation for lockdown. Here’s to keeping hopeful, staying in touch & exploring alternatives.
In light of the Covid19 pandemic, Mungo MD Dax Holding, releases a statement regarding stringent protocols to be immediately effected at the Mungo Mill and shops.
In appreciation of those who keep us safe on the beaches, Mungo kitted out the Plettenberg Bay lifeguards with some limited edition red & yellow Itawuli towels.
keeping us safe on the beaches this summer, Mungo kitted out the Plett lifeguards with limited edition red & yellow Itawulis.
Each year Mungo invites students from the Crags Primary School in Plettenberg Bay to the Mungo Mill, for a mill tour & textile workshop. Introducing the ‘Mungo Moon’, designed by Alwynia Simon and sold in aid of the Kids of Kurland foundation.
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.
Passion project loading! Our Mungo Mill designer, Lenore Schroeder and Mungo Charleston shop manager, Rachel Neil have teamed up for a bit of cross-continental collaboration.
We’ve put together a list of stops we’d recommend for your self-drive road trip down the Garden Route.
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.