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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



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

Changing Perspectives, Changing Communities. 

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