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"Diverse People Unite"
A story of courage, determination and transformation.

 

Many changes occurred for the lives of the indigenous Khoisan people from 1488 during the following period of colonial land claims. 
Fast-forward to 1808 when the area first formed part of the district of Stellenbosch, but was declared a sub-district of its own in 1808 by the Earl of Caledon, then Governor of the Cape.
A century later in 1938, Namakwaland Farms was settled by a family who spent the following decades immersed in the practices and challenges of commercial agriculture.  80 years later they emerged as a leader in South Africa’s Agricultural Industry
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TEAM

Jan Oosthuizen
HR Manager
Johan van der Westhuizen
Pack House Manager
Mias Bezuidenhout
Production Manager
Carika Coetzee
Financial Assistant
Elma van Der Westhuizen
Local Market Coordinator
Petrus van Zyl
Junior Production Manager
Lucinda Adams
HR
Delisha-Ann Theron
Reception & HR
Shanine Cyster
Logistical Clerk
John Mugisha
Director (Uganda)
Erik Nel
Production Manager (Uganda)
Hussein Kiyemba
Farm Foreman (Uganda)

Changing Perspectives, Changing Communities. 

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