“We offer a selection of locally made cowhide products.
Each product is truly one of a kind and shows off the patterns and multi-coloured hides of the SANGA cattle. Our products celebrate the unique beauty and cultural significance of the magnificent cattle breeds, from their socioeconomic importance to their connection to spiritual practice.”

Throughout African written and oral tradition, cattle are found in every level of social structure, playing a role in rituals and ceremony, weddings as well as funerals. They are a form of currency, a sign of wealth, a bride price, and can be found in numerous songs and poems. For many nations, cattle are their most prized possession with favourite cattle having specific praise names. Across the continent, the humble cow resembles prosperity and power and is often believed to be a connection to the Divine. In Zulu culture inkomo yamadlozi (beast of shades), is given this name because of its beauty and calm temperament believed to appease the ancestors.

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito”

African Proverb





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