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Spaza Store is a South African lifestyle company owned by Julia Schaffer. The company prides itself for creating home-based employment for South African women.

Spaza Store creates handmade, functional household items that are easy on the environment. Their products could well be used as gifts as they are beautifully packaged and packed in a hand-printed gift bag, alleviating the need for plastic.

Spaza Store is known for beautiful hand-printed fabric covers used to cover food as a modern alternative to cling wrap.

The owner of Spaza Store, Julia Schaffer shared with John Maytham her humble beginnings.

Julia says she started with producing a dish cloths using South African cotton and then moved to producing other products.

Currently Spaza Store has two home workshops and each employs three women on full-time basis.

They are situated at shop F62 The Watershed, V&A Waterfront.

Know more about Spaza Store on www.spazastore.com

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