In the News | 28 July 2022
Catch up on recent African fashion headlines, events and other announcements.
Cotton On Group has opened a R300m South African head office & warehouse in Waterfall City, and the competition tribunal approved TFG's Tapestry group purchase at R2.3bn. MyBroadband tests Bash's shopping experience, and M&G takes a look at the ethical and environmental concerns of South African fashion brands. Elsewhere, Pinterest begins a rollout of new tools to make the platform more shoppable, Gen Z leads a shift away from social networks and toward community platforms, and sustainability policy and reporting concerns make headlines.
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