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Zuko Dolls celebrating and promoting diversity

Written by: Sithandwa Ngwetsheni

Beth Ahrends brought women together and started the Masiphatisane sewing group in 1980.

In 1996 the core members of Masiphatisane started a more refined sewing group called Zuko dolls.Zuko dolls celebrates diversity with inclusive rag dolls.

Zuko is a Xhosa name that means Glory,with the doll they aim to create products that reflect the world that we live in.

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