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Welcome to our new and exciting African Textiles and Apparel Directory!

The African Textiles and Apparel Directory is committed to growth and development of Africa. As an online directory, we are able to update our records on a daily basis – ensuring the correct information and contact details are available to all within the Industry. We provide the ideal platform to market your Companies products/services to the Industry.  Choose the categories you would like to explore within our directory or click on our Vacancies tab to list your Company’s current vacancies.

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About Us

We showcase the major role-players and stakeholders, within the highly diverse Clothing, Textiles, Footwear and Leather [CTFL] Industries in Africa & South Africa.

Our online directory will be used throughout the year by key players and our aim is to be the most comprehensive guide and marketing tool within the Industry and to keep you up-to-date of the latest news and trends. This will include new product launches, fabrics and designs, technology and the manufacturing sector.

 The online directory covers all aspects of these Industries from ladies, men’s and children’s clothing, to textile mills and wholesalers, shoe manufacturers to suppliers of trims and fittings, Industry associations, business services, fashion education, machinery & equipment as well as home & décor categories.  


Add Your Business to Our Directory

Our online directory is one of the first places buyers look when they need to find a supplier/partner/provider. By maximizing your visibility in these directories, you maximize your chances to be contacted by prospective buyers

The Latest From Our Blog

YKK signs Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

YKK signs Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

YKK Corporation, a leader in manufacturing of zippers, has become a signatory to the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action. The Fashion for Global Climate Action initiative calls on fashion industry to acknowledge the contribution of the sector to climate change...

SA’s first plastic road officially opens

SA’s first plastic road officially opens

Motorists will finally be able to make use of South Africa’s first and only plastic road as of March, 2020. The project aimed at recycling thousands of kgs of plastic to create a sustainable road that will last longer. The project started in March 2019. The Kouga...

Imported clothes in the region to cost more after tax review

Imported clothes in the region to cost more after tax review

East African citizens will pay more for imported clothes should governments go ahead with plans raise taxes on imported textiles by between 30 and 35 per cent. The move is in line with a plan to protect textile industries that have been identified as strategic to the...


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