As the creators of Chocolate Ancestor, we aim to uplift and celebrate our African American culture, economy and spirituality. We offer unique apparel for men, women, kids and infants; along with pillows, phone cases, tote bags, coffee mugs, and art pieces.
The creators of Chocolate Ancestor are two sisters Latoya Long and Shametrius Long.

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Rwandan tailors on track to start clothing factory as the country seeks to phase out import of second hand clothes.

Kigali Garment Centre (KGC), a company with over 400 shareholders has already booked 1896 square meters at Umukindo House in Gisozi-Gasabo district, to start a-3 month training of 1200 maiden workers for the plant that will be fully operational by December this year.

The same building will host KGC for one year, before it shifts to Kigali Economic Zone in a-4.5 hectares land provided as incentives by government.

The factory is expected to produce; socks, underwear, bras, vests and all other garments made of wool, which “is preferred in Rwandan market compared to polythene and cotton material,” according to factory officials.

A minimum of 5 shares totaling Rwf20, 000 per individual tailor and Rwf 500,000 (25 shares) for a tailoring cooperative are the main requirement to be admitted in the first ever Rwandan clothing company.