Wearing our stories for health

There is a huge demand for cloth face masks that are washable as we try to find ways to protect ourselves against the coronavirus. Khwela Factory has taken the initiative to use its Unoyiwawa fabric to make face masks that are representations of our South African story written by Kgomotso le Roux titled Unoyiwawa’s Birth.

The reversible masks are available in small, medium and large sizes. Once you have used up the printed part, flip it over to the black side and position the elastic bands on your head for comfort that does not strain your ears.

Material: Polyester, elastic, dri-mac, cotton & spun-bond

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Design: Protea and mpepho
Colors: Black on white
Design: Peacock rainbow
Colors: Purple, red, blue and black on white
Design: Nude peacock
Colors: Nude variations
Design: Peacock earth
Colors: Brown variations
Design: Peacock live
Colors: Green, pink and blue on pink
Design: Peacock
Colors: Red, orange and black on mustard
Design: Live
Colors: Green, black and mustard on green

Design: Peacock in layers face mask
Colors: Red, black, yellow and orange on mustard

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Colors: black on orange
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Colors: White on yellow
Design: Success
Colors: Orange, grey, black, and red

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