This is not ordinary honey, it's a whole ecosystem

Our Story

Local, Delicious & Organic

From the crown of the acacia and from endless sunflower fields, Bee Loved Honey serves you a smooth, organic & unprocessed ambrosia, rich in its original vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes and minerals. Our honey is cultivated by a variety of beekeepers and previously disadvantaged small scale farmers from all over South Africa.

This is not just ordinary honey, it comes infused with a true African story of restoration, economic empowerment and environmental renewal. We have launched a campaign to manufacture one million beehives by 2025 and distribute them across the continent to repopulate honeybee colonies and stimulate economies.
So this is really not just a bottle of honey, it's an ecosystem. 

One Million Beehives

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Find us at...

We Are Egg!

Cavendish Square, Cape Towm

We're also at...

Oranjezicht City Farm Market.

Haul Road, Granger Bay Blvd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town

Every Saturday 8.15am-2pm


Our Empowerment Mission

Bee Loved Honey is a Bokamoso Brand.
Our misson is to bring the delights and health-benefits of high-quality honey to the world.

At the heart of everything we do is the question "How does our work empower the disadvantaged? We know our product will taste good, but will it do good as well?"

We are an advocate of creative choices, healthy living, and the power of community. We infuse these values in all that we do to create a sustainable model for increasing household income across SADC, while addressing social and environmental challenges and a decline in honey bees in the continent.

Our Founder

Lesego Serolong Holzapfel is a 2019 Tutu Fellow. She was listed as one of Mail & Guardian's 200 South Africans, Standard Bank's Top Woman of the Year and she received the Trail Blazer Presidential Award. She is CEO and founder of Bokamoso Impact Investments.

Lesego completed a Master of Science (MSc) in Social Policy and Development at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

She also founded Raise the Children with Neil Holzapfel, her husband, in 2008. Lesego, being a South African orphan herself, has always had a deep desire to give back to the community that raised her and to mentor and empower the many that share her story.

Lesego is passionate about agriculture and African leadership as part of core entrepreneurial drivers that she speaks and teaches about.

She describes herself as mission-driven, a risk taker and compassionate.

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