Following the murder of George Floyd in May 2020 and the subsequent racial reckoning, several corporations released statements in solidarity with the Black community and announced their commitment to fighting systemic racism. This materialized in an influx of Black business incubator programs and grants, companies donating to antiracism organizations, roundups of Black-owned brands, and articles calling on readers to invest in Black businesses. But three years later, the industry seems to be regressing. As another Black History Month closes, we reached out to four Black fashion founders to discuss the status of antiracism work in fashion.
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It’s not often that one gets to see Royal AM owner Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize dressed down or without makeup.
However, the 47-year-old mom and boss lady decided to give fans a different version of herself when she posted snaps of in gym wear and makeup-free.
Still in high spirits on Sunday 7 August after Royal AM’s win in the opening game of the 2022/2023 Premier Soccer League (PSL) on Saturday against Kaizer Chiefs, MaMkhize posted some snaps of her look before heading off to another soccer match.
“I’m definitely in high spirits coming off our first win of the season! What a way to start our 2022/2023 campaign! Congratulations @ruyalam_fc.
The business powerhouse, who recently announced that she had purchased a ladies soccer team called Royal AM Ladies, was off to support the club when she shared the snaps.
“Today though, I’m off to support Royal