Interview with the Glasglow Girls Club

We connected with GGC member Chloe on instagram @mukalaafrica and wanted to find out all about her, her business and what she has learned from launching it in another continent. 1. Hi Chloe!  Tell us all about you? So my name is Chloe, I am 31 years old and I was born and bred in […]

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Manfesting Marvels

Guys and Gals, if you haven’t read our Juju Hats blog, then you might not know that our collection comes with a very colourful history. You see, all of our products are made in the West of Cameroon by rural African tribes. You know that saying…your vibe attracts your tribe ? Well actually, it’s kind […]

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JuJu Hats

Here at Mukala you might see the words ‘abundance’ and ‘manifest’ pop up a lot. And the reason why is not only authentic but inspiring. You see, not only are we home to amazing African art and home decor. In fact each of our items come from a historical background which is still celebrated today. […]

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The classic white Juju

The fairest Juju of them all ? Juju Juju on the wall, who is the fairest of them all ? Well, perhaps it’s our classic white ‘Fertility’ hat ! It’s certainly the most searched for hat on the net when it comes to Juju’s and a very popular choice on our website too ! With […]

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Quality no matter the quantity

There’s that old saying, quality over quantity but we like to disagree when it comes to our home collection. No matter how small or large your order we promise to bring you beautiful, authentic pieces of art with a high finish. That includes you lovely wholesalers ! Each of our products are made to order […]

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African Decor

That’s right, much to our delight, say hello to ethnic, bold and organic feels for the home this coming year. And while we may be biased, we couldn’t agree more. There’s something so authentic to African homeware that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Perhaps it’s because their strong family values are so […]

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Mukala – the meaning…

Well, what’s amazing about Cameroon is their vast range of local dialects! Languages change from village to village and I’m still trying to keep up with the French! One of the more common dialects is known as Douala, named after the city itself and one of the largest tribes here in Cameroon. When I first […]

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Mukala – Who are we?

Hello lovely people and welcome to our very first blog! My name is Chloe – a chocoholic, wanderlusting, Community Educator turned African decor enthusiast. I guess you can consider me the face behind Mukala. But I would never have gotten here without my entrepreneurial, supportive husband and our wonderful team of skilled individuals. So thanks […]

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