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Top 10 Green Products from Design Indaba 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa
Goodbye Malaria pajama pants are made from locally manufactured South African shweshwe fabric. Proceeds from sales go to help support the fight against malaria in Africa.
This recycled cement paper bag by The Wren Design was handmade in South Africa.
Soccket is a soccer ball by day and a lamp by night. The kinetic energy generating ball allows children in developing countries to play during the day and work on homework at night.
The Wonderbag offers an energy-efficient method of cooking food. It continues to cook food that has been brought to a boil by conventional methods, without the additional use of fuel.
These Shake the World bracelets were made in South Africa by women in KwaZulu Natal. The company seeks to raising awareness of the eight Millennium Development Goals set by the UN in 2000 to reduce poverty by 2015.
The Nostalgia bag by South African designer Dennis Chuene is a contemporary bag made from the same material often used by refugees and homeless people. Chuene seeks to remind us how precious it is to have a place called home.
South African designer Milky Rose creates gorgeous chandeliers from the bottoms of plastic water and ginger beer bottles.
Tana‘s colorful laptop bags are woven from recycled cotton t-shirts on old African hardwood Hugh looms.
Photos by Irene Vermeulen for Inhabitat
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