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In the small landlocked country of Zimbabwe lies a vast region located in Matabeleland North, south of Lake Kariba, called Binga.  It is quite a conspicuous, understated, beautiful region with amazing terrain, rich culture and landscape which includes a majestic chunk of the mighty Zambezi river.

You will find joyous women of the Batonga tribe who have inborn creativity of passionately weaving intricate wall baskets from renewable material of ‘’ilala leaves’’, small vine and natural dye. These intriguing baskets have captured the hearts of designers, trendy home owners, art fanatics and the hospitality industry across the globe.

If you want to add a unique aura to your room and captivate your guests or simply pamper yourself to awe inspiring wall artwork; this boho home décor option is something worthy of your consideration.

Not to be bested is the hidden gem of scientifically proven organic skin care products extracted from seeds of indigenous Binga tree species. These have therapeutic, healing, protective, skin regenerating and anti-aging properties that can be used directly or in skin care formulations. These include Marula Oil, Baobab Oil (from the ancient Baobab tree) Ximenia Oil, Mongongo Oil and KalaharI Melon Seed Oil

You can have the best of both worlds delivered directly to your doorstep in just a few days regardless of distance at commendable value here https://www.etsy.com/shop/BingabasketsandArt.

Every purchase made goes a long way in supporting this marginalized community of Batonga women.

 

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