Latest apparel and textile news & analysis in Africa
Should the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) be renewed for ten years as expected, there would be unprecedented opportunities for th...
Although Morocco’s garment manufacturing industry is well established, supplying giants such as Zara-owner Inditex, it is continuing to inve...
Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda are all ramping up their efforts to put Africa on the apparel sourcing map with a range of policies designed to e...
Interest in sourcing apparel from sub-Saharan Africa might be on the rise, yet the results of new survey suggest few players currently have...
Jean-François Limantour, president of the Cercle Euro-méditerranéen des Dirigeants Textile-Habillement (CEDITH), talks to just-style about how the North African/Tunisian textile and apparel export industry is faring after the Arab Spring uprisings of two years ago.
South African restrictions on imports of Chinese textiles and clothing have not come to the rescue of the country’s ailing textile sector as effectively as had been hoped. Brian Brink, executive director of South African industry group Textile Federation (Texfed), tells just-style why firms continues to struggle.
Employment levels in South Africa's clothing, textile, footwear and leather sectors have increased 1.5% in the last year, with employment poised for growth, following a prolonged period of job losses.
Workers in South Africa's footwear sector are to get a 7.5% rise in wages for the next year, it has been revealed.
Around 85,000 clothing workers across South Africa have been awarded a wage hike ranging from 7.4% to 10% – as part of a two-year deal agreed last year.
A national power crisis, including load shedding or power outages, is having a major impact on pay and productivity in South Africa’s clothing, textile, footwear and leather manufacturing sectors.
Sub-Saharan Africa cotton major Cottco is hunting for a strategic partner that will offer capital resources and help the Zimbabwe-based company add value to its products, its managing director has said.
The renewal of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is set to be one of the main discussion points at the continent’s largest textile, apparel and footwear trade event, which kicks off today (9 June).
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