Prickly fruit kanga. ‘I may be quiet but there’s a lot in my heart’. Printed cotton. Kenya, 21st century.
A kanga with a mistake in spelling! It should say, KUPENDA SI KAZI KAZI KUMPATA AKUPENDAE
Africa | Commemorative cloth ~ kanga~ from Tanzania | ca. 1973 | cotton; plain woven, printed.
Mimi na wewe forever: "I'm with you forever."
A very colorful khanga (kanga) from Tanzania. The saying say: I thank God.
TUISHI KWA KUPENDANA MUNGU ATUZIDISHIE BARAKA
'Mcheza kwao hutuzwa' (the one who plays at home is rewarded) Tanzania kanga, Urafiki Textile Comp.
CHADEMA UKWELI NA UWAZI means "Chadema openness and transparency" This is a campaign kanga made for the Chadema Party in Tanzania. Chadema, short for Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo or Party for Democracy and Progress, was the opposition party during the Presidential Elections in October 2015.
John Magufuli was inaugurated as Tanzania’s fifth, and newest president on November 5, 2015. This is the official kanga for the State House celebrating the occasion. It was produced by Nida Textiles in Dar es Salaam. The English translation for the words around the center is: Congratulations to the Honorable Dr. John P. Magufuli. The Fifth President. The United Republic of Tanzania. Underneath it says HAPA KAZI TU meaning, "Here it’s only work." This was also Magufuli’s campaign slogan.