Shopping in Mpumalanga

  • Shopping in Graskop

    Delagoa

    This busy shop has contemporary crafts from beadwork and woven baskets to engraved ostrich eggs and make-up bags decorated with African proverbs. It's solidly South African in the main, but there are pieces from further afield such as masks from Cameroon and the Côte d'Ivoire. Its line in kids' clothing isn’t cheap, but it’s high quality and quite distinctive.

  • Shopping in Barberton

    Pilgrim & Crown Gallery

    In the century-old iron and steel works building, Pilgrim & Crown sells a range of crafts including Umjindi's stunning silver jewellery. Umjindi's flagship range is inspired by the painted rocks of late local artist Nukain Mabuza; you can pick up a ring for R300. In the neighbouring workshop, you can see Umjindi's team of seven Swazi artists at work.

  • Shopping in Sabie

    Bookman’s Corner

    Pick up the latest Deon Meyer thriller at this secondhand bookshop, which is one of South Africa's largest, with lots of paperback novels, a South African section and maps. The chat from owner Tiger comes for free.

  • Shopping in Sabie

    Mphozeni Crafts

    A lovely selection of African arts and crafts and textiles, including jewellery, statuary, woodcarvings, pottery, basketry and children's T-shirts.