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Save up to 40% off Adidas clothing, footwear, and accessories for Prime Day

The Prime Day sales are still going strong on Day 2. If you’ve already bought your Instant Pot or Amazon devices, you can take a breather and start sorting through the apparel sales. It is time to treat yourself.

You can save up to 40% off Adidas clothing, footwear, and accessories for Prime Day. There are Grand Court sneakers for everyone, the classic 3-stripes pants, and soccer balls, for the people who are actually still playing a sport right now. Check out the best Adidas finds in this Prime Day sale below:

adidas Men’s Essentials 3-Stripes Regular Tricot Pants

adidas Men’s 3-Stripes Open Hem Pants, Black/White, Large – amazon.com

30.00Shop Now

adidas Women’s Grand Court Sneaker

adidas Women’s Grand Court, Black/White, 8 M US – amazon.com

49.97Shop Now

adidas Women’s Essentials 3-Stripes Single Jersey Joggers

adidas Women’s Essentials 3-Stripes Pants, Black/White, M – amazon.com

33.75Shop Now

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New IDC Guidelines for Clothing, Textiles, Footwear and Leather

The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the Department of Trade, Industry & Competition (the dtic) this week published the new guidelines for the Clothing, Textiles, Footwear and Leather Programme. These new programme guidelines are effective from 1st October 2020 until 31st March 2021.

The new guidelines are a response to the impact and subsequent effects of the Covid-19 pandemic to the South African clothing, textile and footwear economy. The dtic and IDC have identified an immediate need for providing assistance and relief to the sector through a Working Capital Interest Subsidy (WCIS). The WCIS offers an interest subsidy for working capital facilities to a maximum of R700 000 per annum per qualified recipient.

Applications to qualify for this WCIS are to be made to determine qualification for this benefit. Applications are to be made before 31st March 2021 with payment of the interest subsidy benefit to qualified recipients being made

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Fashion And Footwear Take Big Steps Toward Sustainability

Shoes and clothes affect our state of mind and mirrors our soul. Yet when it comes to finding the perfect sustainable fit, Soles4Souls adds an extra layer of soul-searching. Soles4Souls’ business model embraces “the notion of turning shoes and clothing into opportunity, literally transforming the lives of women in developing countries,” according to Nancy Youssef, Chief Business Development Officer, Soles4Souls.

Something as simple as a pair of shoes can make a big difference

Footwear and fashion’s growth-focused business model is not sustainable. The industry has yet to solve the trade-off that selling more shoes and clothes fundamentally requires more resources. It’s high time to understand that sustainability is not just an ‘add-on.’ Sustainability needs to be implemented into our end-to-end thinking to eventually embed it as a DNA string into corporate thinking and acting.

With COVID-19 – the pandemic, as a catalyst for achieving transition towards global governance and sustainability,

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