The invention of Small Medium Enterprises in South Africa is growing at an alarming rate. Such growth has seen SMEs making a huge contribution to the country’s economy. Worth noting is that some sections of the industries have been penetrated by SMEs that are fully controlled and owned by blacks. One such an SME is Lethabo Milling,ca 100% South African black owned maize milling business and a new player in the maize milling industry. The company is positioned in the market at the same competitive level with the industry’s main players on price, product quality and service delivery.
The name “Lethabo” is derived from the local Sesotho language, that means Joy, and thus the company’s products are aimed at bringing happiness of life and fulfillment. Lethabo Milling produces products that fight hunger and give life to all the people of South Africa.
Situated in a small town of Ventersburg in the Free State Province, the location of the milling plant and the distribution centre is the ideal location because of its convenience to raw materials and to the market.
The milling company produces and delivers nutritious foods, for its customers and consumers at affordable prices, aimed at improving their quality of life. Lethabo Milling produces a variety of maize products in its milling plant located in Ventersburg. Their main product, Lethabo Super Maize Meal is broadly distributed all over small and large wholesalers and retailers in South Africa.
Lethabo Milling also produces a variety of maize products including samp, maize rice and white grits.
Lethabo Milling through the Massmart Supplier Development is certified to generate and supply MassCash house brand Econo Super Maize Meal.