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Potatoes South Africa

Potatoes South Africa is a non-profit company incorporated under the South African Companies Act No 71 of 2008 whose main objective is to serve, protect and promote the interests of the South African potato industry.

In terms of its role in the potato industry, Potatoes South Africa operates as an organisation and its structure represents a network of participating role players and individuals who have the development and competitiveness of the industry at heart.

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+27 (0)12 349 1906
6 De Havilland Crescent, Persequor Techno Park, Persequor, Park Pretoria

Daily Market Prices

Please find the top 4 fresh produce market's prices below.

Market 12 Aug (R/10kg) 8 Aug (R/10kg) Difference
JHB R36.55 R37.39 -R0.84
Pretoria R35.24 R38.39 -R3.15
Durban R35.37 R36.18 -R0.81
Cape Town R34.63 R35.34 -R0.71

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Good News In Transformation

Good news in Transformation

Follow this section for sucess stories on Enterprise Development Farmers

Enos Mahwai joined the enterprise development program two years ago. However, he is also being supported by NTK through their Jobs Fund. He gets seed support for ten hectares from Potatoes South Africa whereas the rest is supplied by NTK comprising of a mixed loan and grant funding.

During the previous season Enos attained an average yield of 41 tons per hectare. He supplies his product to McCain Foods and the Mozambican market.

Aldrin Lawrence farms in the Mara area of the Vhembe district. He currently farms with potatoes, butternut and sugar beans which he uses as rotational crops on his seven hectares field.

This is Aldrin’s second year on the Enterprise Development Program in terms of which he received seed support for the seven hectares. With the assistance of his mentor, Japie van de Goot, he managed to attain an average yield of 61 tons per hectare which was sold at an average price of R3 500 per ton.

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