How African print matches, mixes in fashion

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For decades, the African print was not considered trendy and generally regarded as suitable only for elderly who would don the attire during events such as weddings, dikgafela and rain ceremonies.

Popularly known as Leteisi locally, Nigerians call it the Ankara,while the Zambians refer to it as the Kitenge.

This fabric has in recent years gained popularity across the cultural and age divide.

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