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Bayede! Is the only Royal Brand and the only Royal signature and “By appointment to” trademark on the African continent. It reflects royalty, history, culture and quality.Bayede! Wine ranges suh as our lifestyl Broyal Range,The Shield Range, The Prince and Princes Range, to Premium Royal Range and Ultra Premium His Majesty King Range.The story of Bayede dates back more than 200 years ago, when King Shaka Zulu, the founder of South Africa’s Zulu Kingdom was greeted by his subjects with the royal salute “Bayede!” translated as Hail the King.Innovation: Late King Goodwill Zwelithine, the eight reigning Zulu King met with Antoinette Vermooten and after a cup of tea Antoinette realised not oly was His Majesty King Goodwill completely non – sicriminatory, but his obvious integrity and evident sincerity to help the poor and needy was music to her ears. The King asked her to help him to create jobs in South Africa. The King gave his warrant, the official Royal seal and signatrure to the Bayede Company.Bayede! Distinguised itself from other brands by job creations for women in rural areas. The bottles of wine produced have beadwork around the neck. At present Bayede! Has 30 beading ladies do beadwork providing a sustainable income for the families. The Zulu King envisages that the Bayede! Royal trademark will be “the instrument that pust food on tables and people to wordk”Future projects: Bayede! Women Empowerment Foundation: This foundation will focus on training for responsible drinking and cover issues such as domestic violence and early childhood development.
Bayede! Is the only Royal Brand and the only Royal signature and “By appointment to” trademark on the African continent. It reflects royalty, history, culture and quality.Bayede! Wine ranges suh as our lifestyl Broyal Range,The Shield Range, The Prince and Princes Range, to Premium Royal Range and Ultra Premium His Majesty King Range.The story of Bayede dates back more than 200 years ago, when King Shaka Zulu, the founder of South Africa’s Zulu Kingdom was greeted by his subjects with the royal salute “Bayede!” translated as Hail the King.Innovation: Late King Goodwill Zwelithine, the eight reigning Zulu King met with Antoinette Vermooten and after a cup of tea Antoinette realised not oly was His Majesty King Goodwill completely non – sicriminatory, but his obvious integrity and evident sincerity to help the poor and needy was music to her ears. The King asked her to help him to create jobs in South Africa. The King gave his warrant, the official Royal seal and signatrure to the Bayede Company.Bayede! Distinguised itself from other brands by job creations for women in rural areas. The bottles of wine produced have beadwork around the neck. At present Bayede! Has 30 beading ladies do beadwork providing a sustainable income for the families. The Zulu King envisages that the Bayede! Royal trademark will be “the instrument that pust food on tables and people to wordk”Future projects: Bayede! Women Empowerment Foundation: This foundation will focus on training for responsible drinking and cover issues such as domestic violence and early childhood development. read more read less

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