The Tshwane Market is a unique centre where prices are formed and fresh produce is traded to the mutual benefit of suppliers, buyers and consumers. It provides efficient and cost-effective infrastructure and services that comply with international standards.
The Tshwane Market has a national and international client-base. On the procurement side produce is obtained from producers country-wide and on the supply side the market is supported by buyers from all walks of life in South Africa and neighbouring countries. Prices are formed on the basis of supply and demand and set the trend for prices nationally. Markets are often referred to as the stock exchange of the fresh produce industry.
Easter Closure Notice:
Tshwane Market closures for Easter 2019
Safety and Security Procedure This procedure describes the steps which are to be taken for physical and computer security incidents which occur within the Tshwane Fresh Produce Market facility