Khyber Fuels Engen 1 Plus
Khyber Fuels Engen 1 Plus

034 212 3121

Khyber Fuels Engen 1 Plus is located at 56 Karellandman Street, Dundee. Customers can indulge their sweet cravings with freshly baked Pies, muffins, croissants, donuts as well as a bouquet of convenience offerings, including an Engen Quickshop, a trendy coffee shop (Equatorial Cofee) and an upmarket bakery (Corner Bakery). ATM machines covering major banking brands are also available. Khyber Fuels Engen 1 Plus, arguably the biggest fuel station in the area, is ideally located in the CBD of Dundee. Khyber … Read More

Orange Grove Dairy

034 218 2929

A “Proudly” Dundee Story History In 1927 Cecil and Sheila Durham milked seven Jersey cows in an orange orchard in the backyard of their uncle’s home in central Dundee, delivering nutritious Jersey Milk by bicycle to their customer’s homes in one gallon (4,5 litre) milk cans. Today, 85 years later, their grandson Dave Durham and his wife Sue still own Orange Grove Dairy, and together with their management team Jabulani Khanyile, Guy Devereux and Beverley Christians, have grown it into a successful dynamic business manufacturing and distributing … Read More

AFRITAN

Craig: +27 72 186 1795
Hanno: +27 82 338 464
craig@afritan.com
www.afritan.com

AfriTan tannery was first established in 2002 by Craig van Heerden in a farm shed in Dundee, northern Kwa Zulu Natal. Craig qualified in the tanning of game skins and hair on hides at the International School of Tanning Technology in Grahamstown. In 2009 Hanno van den Berg joined AfriTan. Hanno qualified at the School of Tanning Technology and has 7 years of previous tanning experience from one of the leading tanneries in the country. AfriTan specializes in the tanning … Read More

Wezandla Crafts

Egmund for Wirework 072 347 1296
Siggi for Bead & Fabric Range 082 673 7163
www.wezandlacrafts.co.za

The idea for Wezandla Crafts came about in 1996. The Zulu word Wezandla, meaning “with hands” was to signify the products made by hand but also the reaching out and helping each other with our hands. Most of the people we wanted to reach (women) are house bound as they have other chores to attend to such as fetching water, collecting firewood, tending to cattle and crops as well as seeing to the family needs. The idea of using their … Read More