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Stellenbosch has the potential to rival Napa Valley as a tourist attraction, says leading US expert
“Stellenbosch has the potential to become as significant as the Napa Valley,” says Clay Gregory, President and CEO of Visit Napa Valley. Gregory, who will be a headline speaker at The Business of Wine and Food Tourism Conference in Stellenbosch on 1 and 2 November, believes South Africa already has the skills and assets but currently lacks the investment.
M'Hudi Wines: Breaking transformation barriers
Twelve years ago Malmsey Rangaka, a trained clinical psychologist, pursued a business opportunity in wine farming. Known as the “matriarch” and “live force” behind M’hudi Wines, she and her husband Diale are pioneer entrepreneurs, heading South Africa’s first black-owned wine farm.
M’hudi Wines: a growing black-owned family wine business
M’Hudi Wines was the first black-owned, family-managed wine farm in South Africa. We speak to CEO Malmsey Rangaka about the journey this family has taken from being academics to wine producers
Wine farmers success runneth over
A GROUP of 24 DStv subscribers are on a four-day sponsored wine excursion exploring some of Cape Town's finest wine farms.
Die Winzerin vom Kap
Ob die Gäste bei der Feier zur Amtseinführung von Barack Obama »Lang lebe der Präsident« riefen?
Straight from the vine
"The M'Hudi story is one of courage, determination against seemingly impossible odds and the relentless pursuit of one's dreams and aspirations. It is the story of South Africa."
Weiß und Rot aus schwarzer Hand
Die Rangakas besitzen ein Weingut bei Stellenbosch. Es ist eines der wenigen in Südafrika, die von einer schwarzen Familie geführt werden.
CNN Inside Africa: Family of wine makers at Mhudi
You can't help but be stunned by the visual splendor when walking around the Western Cape region of South Africa, in towns like Stellenbosch.
INSIDER SÜDAFRIKA: MALMSEY RANGAKA
Malmsey Rangaka leitet das Weingut M‘hudi in Südafrika, im Jahr 2010 ausgezeichnet als „Emerging Tourism Entrepeneur“ Südafrikas.
Women Entrepreneurs - M'Hudi Wines: Malmsey Rangaka
A clinical psychologist, her ‘armchair farmer’ husband and their family launch an internationally successful wine label — without capital, farming experience or wine-making knowledge.
Cape Wine Braai Masters
With the weather having finally warmed up and the Boks making us proud in New Zealand, we at WINE.CO.ZA thought you might enjoy a few braai tips for game days.

Frauenpower in Südafrika
Weibliche Beispiele der Entfaltung von Fantasie, Talent und Esprit in der Nach-Apartheid-Ära
Family makes M'hudi Wines a winner
M'hudi, winner of the 2010 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award, is South Africa's first wholly black-owned wine tourism farm. Its success is down to the hard work of the Rangaka family, who beat the odds to realise a dream.
M'hudi Wines Winner of 2010/2011 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award
The M'hudi team and I would like you to share in our joy of being the 2009/2010 winner of the highly contested Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ETEYA), which takes place at Indaba, the tourism expo in Durban in May.
Peter May of The Pinotage Club and other articles
Peter F May is the founder of The Pinotage Club, an international cyber-based fan club for wines made from the Pinotage variety.
Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje
Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje was one of the most gifted and versatile black South Africans of his generation. He was in the forefront of the public affairs of the African people for the greater part of his adult life as politician, writer and journalist.
A taste of things to come
Oupa Rangaka, a South African school teacher, bought a rundown farm with dying vines and turned his hobby into a thriving business.
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