Khayelitsha Cookies hires previously unemployed women from Khayelitsha and then train and skill them in permanent, affirming employment.
It’s been a year when we dreamt big and exceeded our wildest expectations. Much like anyone who has started a small business of their own.
We go behind the scenes at the Khayelitsha Cookie Factory and meet the inspiring women who bake these (delicious!) cookies for Pick n Pay.
‘Khayelitsha Cookies’ is not only making crispy cookies they have been creating sustainable work for women for the last eight years.
We hire previously unemployed women from Khayelitsha and then train and skill them in permanent, affirming employment.
Today we have Khayelitsha Cookies in studio to bake us some Amazingly delicious cookies and tell us how they started their growing business.
Zola visited the Khayelitsha Cookies factory to see how this incredible business began. We are on a mission to find a new recipe for the KC team…
Suzanne from Pick n Pay and Adri from Khayelitsha Cookies join us to talk about the competition and encourage viewers to support KC by submitting their recipes.
The Khayelitsha Cookie Company says it’s doing its best to employ and empower Black women – many who’ve never had jobs before.
The women at Khayelitsha cookies share the motivation behind this project and unveil the new range.
Water restrictions – OH DEAR!!! No more watering your garden with a hose? What an inconvenience. Well have no fear!
Cookies help alleviate hardship in South Africa’s townships.
6 finalists from the Khayelitsha cookie competition are in studio baking off to see who will win the title of having their cookie produced and sold at PnP.