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

  • How ZZ2 became a wildly successful farming conglomerate

    May 17, 2017
    Cape Talk’s, Bruce Whitfield, interviewed, ZZ2 Director, Philé Van Zyl, during Nampo 2017.
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  • ZZ2’s Hendrik Pohl joins ‘Orchard of the Future’ pack

    May 15, 2017
    In 2016 apple grower, Hendrik Pohl from ZZ2, joined the Orchard of the Future project with his Bokveldskloof orchard block. The goals for Pohl’s orchard are ambitious and seek to demonstrate the interplay between rootstock and planting density in terms of cost and meeting production goals. HORTGRO Science spoke to Hendrik about his background and ...
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  • Merensky ontvang nuwe Pin2Zyl-verse

    May 15, 2017
    Woensdag, 19 April, het vir groot opwinding in die Merensky landbougeledere gesorg toe ZZ2 10 nuwe Pin2Zyl-verse op Plasieland afgelewer het. Hierdie nuwelinge bring die kudde nou op 25 te staan – ‘n werkbare getal wat die Agri-Merensky leerders geleentheid bied om deeglik voor te berei vir die naderende jeugskoue.
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