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Ghanaians give new life to Western clothing waste

By Reuters
02 January 2023   |   5:48 am
The Vintage Gala in Ghana's capital Accra, brought together by a movement of young vintage enthusiasts, is pushing back against the global fast fashion industry by encouraging their peers to shop secondhand.

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