A heritage art collection that encourages creative entrepreneurship

Art that was created during the 1970’s and 1980’s by South Africa’s Black artists, has been returned to South Africa by benefactors who had taken it overseas. It now forms a significant part of the Ifa Lethu Heritage Collection. The repatriation of art created by the struggle-era artists, now numbers 670 and required the involvement of 16 countries. Through its work over the last few years, the Foundation has successfully assisted 2,300 poverty stricken youth and women, delivering on benefits such as income generation through job creation and enterprise development. https://www.ifalethu.org.za/

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