Broke clothing is keeping the spirit of umswenko alive

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Broke apparel is reviving umswenko with its Back to Basics collection. Photo: Tshireletso Calvin Dithipe
Broke apparel is reviving umswenko with its Back to Basics collection. Photo: Tshireletso Calvin Dithipe

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What began in 2016 has now become a phenomenon among the young hustlers and micro-influencers who belong to the alternative scene. Broke, which stands for “Being rebellious over konforming to expectations”, began in the minds of founders Sindiso Tshuma and Andile Dlamini.

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