'She's so pretty, she looks like me'
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Doll maker Khulile Vilakazi Ofosu on diverse dolls

South African doll manufacturer Khulile Vilakazi Ofosu wanted to create a diverse range of dolls so children could play with toys 'that look like them'.

Khulile co-founded the Sibahle Collection, with Caroline Hlahla, after her daughter complained about her natural hair 'not flowing enough'.

As well as having black and albino dolls, the company has just introduced a doll with vitiligo.

A BBC Africa One Minute Story by Vumani Mkhize.

  • 03 Jan 2019
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