Proudly South African

Proudly South African goods are not necessarily cheaper, but they’re made in South Africa. And we all know South Africans make the best products. Right?

The Proudly SA Logo is easily recognised in South AfricaLiving in South Africa, I’m sure you’ve seen the Proudly South African logo. Definitely one of the easiest to recognise logos in the country.

And, believe it or not, I actually look out for it when I go shopping. It just feels right knowing that you are supporting your own country when you spend your money. Of course, within reason. I’m not about to pay a lot more money for something that I can get a lot cheaper, even if it WAS imported from China.

Anyway, it looks like they might be struggling with a lack of financing, according to Fin24. They claim that they’re not, which I hope is true:

Proudly SA chief executive officer Manana Moroka, said she was confident they understood the context of the briefing and viewed the initiative as part of an ongoing process to serve their interests.

“Many members, including key sponsors such as WesBank, have again pledged their full support to the campaign, for which I would like to thank them,” she said.

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