Detroit Business Sells African Attire Made By Tailors In Congo

A Detroit-based brand is selling clothing and accessories that are made by African tailors who have been affected by past wars and their aftermath in Congo.

Zapenda is an online retailer started in 2019 and owned by co-founders Stella Safari and Dextina Booker, who are running the business in two countries. The sewing shop is in Bukavu in eastern Congo, where Safari employs eight people, six of them tailors. 

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