Who we are

Flexotuff Plastics is a KZN based factory focused on the manufacture and delivery of plastic bags and films. We specialises in the following items: Carrier Bags, Refuse Bags, Boutique Bags, Aprons, Flat bags, Liners, Tubing & Sheeting in HD, LD, PP – Plain & Printed.
Most recently we launched SA’s 1st printed plastic shopping bag that is 100% oxo-biodegradable.
Flexotuff Plastics is a 100% black owned Qualifying Small Enteprise (QSE) with Level One B-BBEE status and regarded as an empowering supplier.
Contact us today to for all your plastic packaging requirements and we will gladly assist.

Website: https://www.flexotuff.co.za/

Who we are

British American Tobacco South Africa is the second largest company listed on the JSE by market capitalisation, and the leading tobacco manufacturer in South Africa by market share. We have a strong heritage of more than 100 years in South Africa. We are part of one of the world’s most international businesses, the British American Tobacco Group, which has over 200 brands sold in more than 200 markets. British American Tobacco South Africa forms part of British American Tobacco plc’s Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (EEMEA) region, and the Southern Africa Area sub-region.

We are the largest manufacturer of cigarettes in South Africa and market more than 20 brands, including Dunhill, Kent, Rothmans and Peter Stuyvesant. Nationally, we have five world-class Trade Marketing and Distribution Centres. Our Head Office is located in Cape Town.

Website: http://www.batsa.co.za/

Mars

Our story

More than 100 years ago, a young Frank C. Mars started making candies in his Tacoma, Washington kitchen. From that simple beginning, his son Forrest built Mars into the mature company it is today, first by creating the MILKY WAY® bar with his father and later by expanding the business overseas and diversifying into new categories like pet care and food. Today, the Mars family of Associates is more than 100,000 strong in over 80 countries around the world. Through all that growth, we’ve remained a private, family-owned business, with passionate Associates who are united and guided by The Five Principles.

Quality – The consumer is our boss, quality is our work and value for money is our goal.

Responsibility – As individuals, we demand total responsibility from ourselves; as associates, we support the responsibilities of others.

Mutuality – A mutual benefit is a shared benefit; a shared benefit will endure.

Efficiency – We use resources to the full, waste nothing and do only what we can do best.

Freedom – We need freedom to shape our future; we need profit to remain free.

Website: http://www.mars.com

AMKA

AMKA Profile

Amka Products was established by the Kalla family as a small trading operation near Pretoria in the 1950’s.

From the outset Amka was focussed on the unique needs and opportunities inherent to Africa’s emerging markets.

Today Amka is a major manufacturing and marketing enterprise, with specialised expertise in Africa.

  • 1000 employees
  • 4 manufacturing plants
  • 400 products
  • 20 leading brands
  • Sold in 35 African countries
  • Consistently rated as one of the top 10 empowerment companies in South Africa

Key Performance Areas

  • People
  • Innovation
  • Flexibility
  • Service Network

Website: https://www.amka.co.za

Massmart

Massmart is a South African-based globally competitive regional management group, invested in a portfolio of differentiated, complementary, focused wholesale and retail formats. These are each reliant on high volumes and operational excellence as the foundation of price leadership, in the distribution of mainly branded consumer goods for cash. Massmart is the second-largest distributor of consumer goods in Africa, the leading retailer of general merchandise, liquor and home improvement equipment and supplies, and the leading wholesaler of basic foods.

The Group comprises nine wholesale and retail chains, and one buying group – 412 stores and 517 buying group members all focused on high-volume and low-cost distribution. We operate in 13 countries in sub-Saharan Africa through the Group’s four operating divisions – Massdiscounters, Masswarehouse, Massbuild and Masscash. We are listed on the main board of the JSE Securities Exchange in the Consumer Services-Retail sector.

Website: http://www.massmart.co.za

About the W&RSETA: The Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA) was established in the year 2000 in terms of the Skills Development Act to facilitate the skills development needs of the Wholesale and Retail Sector. W&RSETA facilitates education and training through implementation of learning programmes, disbursement of skills development grant and monitoring of the provision of education and training as outlined in the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS)

Vision

To be the country’s leader in skills development

Mission

To develop a skilled, capable, competent, and professional workforce to transform the Wholesale and Retail Sector.

Website: http://www.wrseta.org.za


Who We Are

Our dream is to create delicious moments of joy – and that’s exactly what our tasty snacks do.
They’re that stolen moment for just you.

Our Belief

We’re a big company. But we believe, above all, in one thing – something that’s unique to us – and that’s the power of big and small. Yes, we have the scale and resources of a global powerhouse.
But also the speed, creativity and agility of a fresh new start-up.

Our Values

Our seven values, which provide the foundation for our company and guide everything we do:

We believe there’s big value in every human connection and in every bond… especially when times get tough.

So we…INSPIRE TRUST

We believe that it’s up to each of us to do what it takes to drive growth.
So we…ACT LIKE OWNERS

We believe that complexity crushes the human spirit and that simplicity is the essence of speed.
So we…KEEP IT SIMPLE

We believe we can’t wait for it to happen: we’ve got to make it happen… now.
So we…DISCUSS DECIDE DELIVER

We believe honest discussions and direct feedback are essential to making the right decisions, quickly.
So we…TELL IT LIKE IT IS

We believe in the power of different perspectives and in daring to try new ways.
So we are…OPEN AND INCLUSIVE

We believe that what makes our workplace great is passion and personality.
So we… LEAD FROM THE HEAD AND THE HEART

Our Manifesto

A world full of differences.
Different lives. Different views. Different tastes.
But really, we’re all the same.
Wherever you go.
Whoever you meet.
We all seek joy.

Maybe that’s not too surprising.
What is surprising? A whole new company
That’s been reimagined with a single focus in mind: Create joy.

Provide life’s delicious moments by sharing the world’s favorite brands.
Brands that awaken the senses.
Brighten the day.
Refresh, Renew, Uplift.

We are the people of Mondelēz International.
We make the products that make people smile.
We treat. We fuel. We boost the day.
Small delight moments
Each building on the next…
That remind us, every day is delicious.

Create delicious moments of joy.
That’s our dream.
It’s what guides us.
The way we look at it, it’s not just about lifting a moment with flavor,
It’s about lifting the spirit.
Website: https://www.mondelezinternational.com

Woolworths

The first woolworths store opened its doors to the public in cape town in october 1931. And it was founder max sonnenberg who captured the public’s imagination with dynamic store policies that set woolworths apart from its competitors.

Three years later, a second branch opened in durban, with another two in port elizabeth and johannesburg a year later. And since then we’ve been building on our reputation for superior quality, exciting innovation and excellent value.

First to offer employee benefits – Keen to attract and retain the best retail professionals, woolworths was among the first local retailers to offer employees a pension fund, medical aid and maternity leave.

First in advancing tech – Not just a forward thinking employer, woolworths was also an early adopter of technology. A lease agreement for the first computer was agreed to with national cash registers (ncr) in the late 60s and woolworths was already using a computerised merchandising system by the early 1970s.

First to introduce sell by dates – This dynamic thinking extends to woolworths product offering. In 1974, woolworths became the first south african retailer to introduce ‘sell by’ dates on food packaging. Convenience, too, has long been a watchword at woolworths – we were the first south african retailer to offer pre-washed lettuce and machine-washable wool clothing to consumers.

Our good business journey – In april 2007, we launched our good business journey – a bold plan to make a difference in eight key areas on our journey towards sustainability: energy, water, waste, sustainable farming, ethical sourcing, transformation, social development and health and wellness.

Website: http://www.woolworths.co.za

The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, offering over 500 brands to people in more than 200 countries. Of our 21 billion-dollar brands, 19 are available in lower- or no-sugar options to help people moderate their consumption of added sugar. In addition to our namesake Coca-Cola drinks, some of our leading brands around the world include:  coffees (Chaywa), Fuze Tea, PowerAde sports drinks,

Just Juice, Sprite,  Glaceau vitamin water, Valpre and Bonaqua. At Coca-Cola, we’re serious about making positive contributions to the world. That starts with reducing sugar in our drinks and continuing to introduce new ones with added benefits. It also means continuously working to reduce our environmental impact, creating rewarding careers for our associates and bringing economic opportunity wherever we operate. Together with our bottling partners, we employ more than 700,000 people around the world.

Website: http://www.coca-cola.com/global

DISTELL

Crafting World-class Alcoholic Brands since 1925

The Distell Group is a leading producer and global marketer of wines, spirits, ciders and other ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages which are crafted by extraordinary people across the world. Our diverse portfolio of brands, with their rich heritage and authentic character, are priced across the price continuum to offer consumers a choice for every occasion.
We enjoy a growing global reach and continue to build the presence of our brands in select priority markets.
Many of our brands such as Amarula Cream, Nederburg, Savanna and Scottish Leader, among others, are household names to consumers in Africa and select international markets. Amarula Cream is South Africa’s most widely distributed international alcoholic beverage brand, and is ranked second-largest cream liqueur in the world. We created the cider category in South Africa and we are also ranked the second-largest producer of ciders worldwide. Our cider brands, Hunter’s and Savanna, are readily available in many parts of Africa.
We also invest in our people’s growth and development, encouraging them to be the very best they can be in crafting their own future. Distell is committed to development opportunities, reward for hard work and work-life balance to create motivated, inspired brand ambassadors.
Our strength is in the products we make, the brands we grow, and the people and relationships we build. We pride ourselves in crafting inspiring experiences.

Website: https://www.distell.co.za/home/