Meet 6 young Africans shaping the future

Meet 6 young Africans shaping the future

It has been 45 years since the oppressive, racist and murderous, apartheid government killed hundreds of young people in Soweto who were amongst the thousands protesting an education system designed to ‘train and fit’ Africans for their roles as labourer, worker, and...
The Twyg manifesto

The Twyg manifesto

We’ve compiled a manifesto as a guide to our content creation – it’s an open-ended, living guide to our editorial journey that is of unfolding learning. Care  Caring for people and the planet are fundamental to everything we do. In South Africa, we have to pay...
‘Plastic-free’ fashion is not as green as it seems

‘Plastic-free’ fashion is not as green as it seems

We have all become more aware of the environmental impact of our clothing choices. The fashion industry has seen a rise in “green”, “eco” and “sustainable” clothing. This includes an increase in the use of natural fibres, such as wool, hemp, and cotton, as synthetic...

Our work is in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 12, which aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production. Read More