Ras Judah sells local crafts in Wellington

Ras Judah
Ras Judah

A Motswana-based overseas, Ras Judah Seomeng, has opened a crafts shop called Tau Crafts trading in Botswana wares in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand.

Speaking in an interview with Showbiz, Ras Judah, who also happens to be an artist said, “I have been living in the South Pacific for the last 10 years being active in the performing arts industry.  As I interacted with businesses that deal with fine arts, I realised that there is a gap in the market for African crafts and that’s how the concept came about”.

He further said that his shop currently specialises in selling Botswana baskets, which he imports through Botswanacrafts Marketing and African Jewellery, which he gets from Earth Africa and South Africa. Botswana baskets, which are mostly made in the northern part of the country, are handcrafted.  The baskets are used for both decorative and storage purposes.  They can be used to store items such as jewellery, fruits, grains and other household items.

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