The differences between rural Zululand and Paris are worlds greater than the 13,000km that separate them. But they’ve just been bridged in the most unlikely way.

A bench partly made by weavers in the village of Hlabisa — birthplace of Zulu monarch King Misuzulu — has been added to the collection at the French capital’s Centre Pompidou...

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