To many families around the world, our grandmothers home is the epicentre of the family.
“Where morals and basics are taught, where important gatherings are held. The grandmother’s KAYA is everyone’s KAYA. It’s the heart of every family.
That special place that will forever be there, through your childhood, adolescence and and adult life.
The seed of all things we represent, that develops into a strong root of what we want to be.
“Kaya Ka Mina, Kaya Ka wena, Kaya Ka Hina”
(My home, Your Home, OUR HOME)