Tshwane market

The Tshwane Fresh Produce Market in Pretoria is the second largest market in South Africa, with approximately half the turnover and tonnage of the Johannesburg Fresh Produce Market.
The Tshwane Fresh Produce Market in Pretoria is the second largest market in South Africa, with approximately half the turnover and tonnage of the Johannesburg Fresh Produce Market.
Over 2015/16 Tshwane Market achieved a market share of 22.8%, which was a growth of 0.51% on the previous financial year. Johannesburg Market holds a market share of 47%.
Over 2015/16 Tshwane Market achieved a market share of 22.8%, which was a growth of 0.51% on the previous financial year. Johannesburg Market holds a market share of 47%.
Turnover at the Tshwane Fresh Produce Market in Pretoria has grown by 18.52% from R2.6 billion [Euro 188 million] (2014/2015 financial year) to R3.088 billion [Euro 223 million] (2015/2016 financial year).
Turnover at the Tshwane Fresh Produce Market in Pretoria has grown by 18.52% from R2.6 billion [Euro 188 million] (2014/2015 financial year) to R3.088 billion [Euro 223 million] (2015/2016 financial year).
Mass sold at the market during December 2016 was 57 475 metric tonnes, a contraction of 3.49% in Rand turnover from the previous December, even though a growth of 5.93% in mass as compared to Dec 2015.
Mass sold at the market during December 2016 was 57 475 metric tonnes, a contraction of 3.49% in Rand turnover from the previous December, even though a growth of 5.93% in mass as compared to Dec 2015.
Monthly onion sales at the market totalled R16.6 million [Euro 1.2 million] during December 2016, a decrease of 17% on December 2015's sales.
Monthly onion sales at the market totalled R16.6 million [Euro 1.2 million] during December 2016, a decrease of 17% on December 2015's sales.
During December 2016 a total of R82 million [Euro 6 million] of fruit was sold at the market.
During December 2016 a total of R82 million [Euro 6 million] of fruit was sold at the market.
Banana sales during December 2016 amounted to R22 457 915 [Euro 1.6 million]. Annual sales are approximately R260 million [Euro 18.9 million].
Banana sales during December 2016 amounted to R22 457 915 [Euro 1.6 million]. Annual sales are approximately R260 million [Euro 18.9 million].
Monthly vegetables sales during December 2016 were R65 787 636 [Euro 4.7 million], down 18% from December 2015.
Monthly vegetables sales during December 2016 were R65 787 636 [Euro 4.7 million], down 18% from December 2015.
To date 648 informal traders have received training in postharvest technology and product knowledge, food safety, small business and financial management. During the 2015/2016 financial year, 54 of the 80 traders were young people, the majority of whom were women.
To date 648 informal traders have received training in postharvest technology and product knowledge, food safety, small business and financial management. During the 2015/2016 financial year, 54 of the 80 traders were young people, the majority of whom were women.
The market trained 80 fresh produce traders during 2015/2016 to develop and assist small buyers to take the important step from the informal sector to formal businesses. An additional 90 traders will be trained during the 2016/2017 financial year.
The market trained 80 fresh produce traders during 2015/2016 to develop and assist small buyers to take the important step from the informal sector to formal businesses. An additional 90 traders will be trained during the 2016/2017 financial year.
International buyers from Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Namibia are contributing approximately R1.6 million [Euro 116 000] in turnover per month.
International buyers from Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Namibia are contributing approximately R1.6 million [Euro 116 000] in turnover per month.
There are 19 fresh produce markets in South Africa. Third largest would be Durban or Cape Town fresh produce markets.
There are 19 fresh produce markets in South Africa. Third largest would be Durban or Cape Town fresh produce markets.
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