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Peace of Afrika operates in South Africa and in the UK. Our priority lies in offering a wide range of African-inspired products to our clients, from hand-crafted leather footwear to beautiful cotton knit garments. We also have a range of leather bags and satchels available. All our products are sourced from craftsmen and manufacturers in South Africa and we are thereby supporting the local economy while also making people aware of the unique and quality products that the country has on offer! We have an online shop available, where clients can order anything from leather vellies to a brand-new bag. Or, if clients prefer to meet our team, you can find us at various local markets across South Africa. When shopping with us, clients can take a piece of Africa home with them – and not only that – clients can also be 100% sure of the quality and reliability of the products we offer. To add a funky touch to your wardrobe, start shopping today!
Root 44 Market, Audacia, Stellenbosch, Cape Town
In as little as 15 years, Absolute Ablutions has become the industry leader in the manufacture and supply of innovative mobile ablutions. Since establishment in 1999, our team has dedicated themselves to delivering top quality services and providing unbeatable quality products. Nowadays, we manufacture and supply as many as 600 different products per year. Our products are distributed all over South Africa. Our products offer suitable and convenient solutions for many outdoor scenarios, such as camping, festivals, markets, building sites, and more. We supply mobile toilets, site offices, kitchens, showers, trailers, tankers, and specially designed equipment. We also offer products that are specially designed to be suited for handicapped users, with extra space and grab rails for support.
4 Linton Street, Stellenbosch
Family-owned and managed boutique winery, Mitre’s Edge, is nestled at the foothills of the Simonsberg Mountain, between Paarl and Stellenbosch. It is in this beautiful setting that winemaker Lola Nicholls, assisted by husband Bernard, focuses on producing relatively smaller quantities of high-quality, award-winning wines.
R44, Klapmuts, Stellenbosch
Fruit & Veg City was started in 1993 by brothers Brian and Mike Coppin. Since the beginning it has always been a family business, with emphasis placed on good old family values such as wholesomeness, trust, honesty and integrity. The brothers’ vision was to create a store that would resemble a marketplace of old, where farmers brought their fresh produce from their farms to be sold to the public. This was how their first store in Kenilworth, Cape Town was run, and this is how every Fruit & Veg City store that has opened since is also run. The dedication to freshness at an affordable price has always remained one of the cornerstones on which Fruit & Veg City is built. Today there are more than 100 Fruit & Veg City stores throughout Southern Africa, and even as far afield as Australia. Yet, it remains a family business with brothers Brian and Mike still running the day to day operations of the company. Their vision is still visible in every Fruit & Veg City store, where freshness and value are placed at a premium.
Eikestad Mall 81 Andringa Street Stellenbosch
In 1988 one of the Cape’s most foremost wine makers, Beyers Truter of Kanonkop Estate, formed a partnership with four ardent wine lovers in Johannesburg with one ideal in mind: to produce a wine of exceptional character. After exploring the Cape Winelands for a suitable location they found a perfectly situated farm in the Koelenhof area within the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin region. Coincidence provided an appropriate name. The farm’s original name was Nooitgedacht, which for five generations belonged to the Beyers family before Jan Andries Beyers sold it in 1895. Beyers Truter is a direct descendent of Jan Beyers, thus making him the sixth generation to farm this land. This piece of land could only have one name – BEYERSKLOOF Beyer Truter’s original search for land was focused on one thing only: finding the best soils to produce a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine. Beyerskloof’s shallow, gravely soil is very similar to that of Bordeaux. The shallowness of the soil led Beyers to plant almost 5 000 vines per hectare to optimise the small pocket of land. The vines are planted with 20 000 Cabernet Sauvignon vines and 5 000 Merlot vines. They are planted north to south on a five […]
Koelenhof Road, R304, Stellenbosch