T-shirts are setting trends

Who does not like to wear a T-shirt? This rather simple item of clothing has become popular all over the world.

Who does not like to wear a T-shirt? This rather simple item of clothing has become popular all over the world.

Especially preferred by teenagers, the T-shirt is without doubt comfortable and in trend at the same time. And what could be more interesting than a logo T-shirt.

T-shirts are often worn to make a political statement but some also show pride in the places that people are from.

Next to the Zuma shower T-shirts, the Che Guevara and the funny slogan T-shirts you can find the latest trend in T-shirts.

It seems every township has a T-shirt dedicated to it. It all started with the three-year-old Love Jozi T-shirt that depicts the Johannesburg skyline.

They do not only make the skyline T-shirts but also thought-provoking ones like their "Xenocentrism" T-shirts that were released after the xenophobic attacks in May last year. One of their interesting ones last year was the "If Obama loses I'm leaving the planet" T-shirt.

Then there are the "I love Soweto" T-shirts and the most popular ones are the "Fact: Durban Rocks" T-shirts.

There are even the "Gae Polokwane" T-shirts and "Lecowza" T-shirts made by Dikgwari for all the people from Limpopo.

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