African luxury brands growing in global appeal
In tonight's edition: protests continue over the exclusion of English-speaking children from an Afrikaans school in South Africa; we hear from a Herero chief about the reparations his tribe in Namibia are seeking from Germany; and we meet Uche Pezard, a Nigerian luxury and fashion strategist.
Protests continue over the exclusion of English-speaking children from an Afrikaans school in South Africa. Demonstrators accuse the institution of racism.
Also, we hear from a Namibian Herero chief about his hopes for his people’s latest bid to take Germany to court over colonial genocide at the start of the 20th century.
And we're joined by Uche Pezard, a Nigerian luxury and fashion strategist who’s gathered together some of the biggest creative success stories from across Africa in a bid to help luxury brands tap into what African clients want.
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