Zanzibar/ Tanzania

5 min


Khanga, a piece of cloth commonly worn by women in Swahili coast, is a story of how a cloth united a politically charged Zanzibar Archipelago. The arch rivalry between the two popular political parties had ended with a referendum. This reconciliation crafted by leaders had to be bridged to the general public. Khanga Collision narrates a story of how a piece of cloth brought harmony between people that was lost for nearly half a century.