Buying local products online has been made easy by RSA Made and Proudly SA

Proudly South African has launched an online shopping site exclusively selling locally made goods and products.

Together with retail platform RSAMade, ProudlySA created an e-shopping site www.rsamade.co.za, where anyone can buy locally produced South African goods.

Think of RSA Made as a mall online. And the merchants are shop owners. We don't limit the kind of products we sell.

Ntai Khojane, Co Founder of RSA Made

Products that have been vetted by Proudly SA are quality products.

Karamba Jabbie, Co Founder of RSA Made

Listen to how you can get your products on the site...


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