Top 7 South African Companies On Brand Africa’s ‘Top 100 Brands In Africa’. Brand Africa has released its list of the Top 100 Best African Brands and some South African companies have made the list. The companies are seen to have made a lot of impact in business not only in South Africa but in the whole continent. Below are the Top 7 South African Companies On Brand Africa’s ‘Top 100 Brands In Africa’ list.
MTN is a company that was established in South Africa at the dawn of democracy in 1994 as a leader in transformation. Since then, it has grown by investing in sophisticated communication infrastructure, developing new technologies and by harnessing the talent of its diverse people to now offer services to communities across Africa and the Middle East.
Vodacom is a leading and purpose-led African connectivity, digital and financial services company. From its roots in South Africa, the company has grown its business to include operations in Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (the DRC), Mozambique, Lesotho and Kenya. It’s mobile networks cover a population of over 303 million people.
DStv is a sub-Saharan African video entertainment company owned by MultiChoice. It was launched in 1995 and provides multiple entertainment channels and services to customers across the continent via satellite, online and mobile apps.
Since opening its first stores in 1979, Shoprite Holdings has had a bold vision for the future; a vision that would see the Group grow from strength to strength to become the leading food retailer it is today. With more than 2 943 stores across Africa and over 149 000 employees, the company will strive to seize new opportunities for growth in the years to come.
Bathu is a sneaker brand that was founded by Theo Baloyi, the company is building a sneaker brand that Africans can proudly affiliate with. It believes in creating world class sneakers and creating sustainable jobs.
Tiger Brands Limited is a manufacturer and marketer of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG). The Company manufactures and distributes brands spanning food, home and personal care and baby products. Its segments are Domestic operations and International (including Exports).
Drip is a South African Footwear brand that was founded by Lekau Sehoana after growing up in Poverty and not having shoes. He created his own shoes using old torn sneakers. 16 Years later he went commercial and created Drip. The Brand is an Athleisure and Lifestyle Brand and its aim is to inspire and create employment using its story and brand.