Proudly SA has launched a dedicated marketplace online portal for cloth masks, which connects corporate buyers with local producers of cloth masks.


Proudly SA, Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC), SA Clothing and Textile Workers Union (SACTWU) and the Manufacturing Circle’s has a drive to capacitate, retool and reinvigorate the local clothing and textile manufacturing  industry, and to generate opportunities for SMEs, so that they are able to participate in the economy, save and create jobs, and remain resilient in the tough economic times ahead.

Many local manufacturers of clothing and textiles have repurposed their production capability and machines to produce cloth masks.

Cloth Mask Manufacturers are able to register on the site to have their business shown on the site and get potential sales.

Corporate Buyers and Consumers can visit the the website here.


 Cloth Mask Manufacturers are required to follow the guidelines as explained here in order to have their masks featured. 

    HOW DO I

    Corporate buyers/consumers can visit by clicking here

    Manufacturers wishing to register on the portal can email:


    For more information, you can visit the website: click here. 

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