ZZ2 is a South African farming enterprise operating mainly in the Limpopo Province, as well as in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Gauteng and Namibia. We produce tomatoes, avocadoes, mangoes, onions, garlic, dates, apples, pears, stone fruit, stud cattle and weaners. The ZZ2 brand is a well-known icon in South Africa with a proud history of over a century.

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Latest News

  • ZZ2 harvests dates in Namibia

    March 30, 2017
    South African company ZZ2, started to produce dates in Namibia a few years ago. Dates take around four years to come into production and they are now starting to see the fruits of their labour.
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  • ZZ2 driver trainer’s son wins ICT competition in China

    March 2, 2017
    James Shibambu (64), a ZZ2 stalwart in our Transport Department, is the proud father of Fumani Sacks Shibambu (23), a Computer Science Engineering graduate from Tshwane University of Technology. Fumani is currently employed by Huawei Technology in Sandton.
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  • Luister: Avokadoproduksie by ZZ2

    February 13, 2017
    RSG Landbou het Maandag 13 Februarie ‘n onderhoud met, Clive Garrett, bemarkingsbestuurder van ZZ2, gesels oor die maatskappy se avokadoproduksie in die Tzaneen-omgewing. Hy het aan luisteraars ‘n blik in die toekoms gegee van wat ZZ2 in dié bedryf in die volgende paar jaar kan verwag. Luister hier na die gesprek.
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