About Us

Sakh’iKhaya Suppliers had its beginnings in Cape Town as a closed corporation established in 2003. 

All operations were conducted at its head office in Parow but with a growing operational footprint and customer base, our physical presence has expanded to include 7 locations, each with a dedicated team of personnel, stores, vehicles and plant. 

 

As an organization, we aim to:

  1. Be a leader in the provision of products that embody quality as well as efficiency in both operation and cost to our clients
  2. Differentiate ourselves through consistency providing our clients with the best in industry service across all areas of construction and supply
  3. Become the premier distributor of water management devices (WMD) by extending market penetration nationwide in the next 5 years and providing low-income consumers with a basic level of service where it is lacking
  4. Build a positive and lasting legacy

For customers and partners, we aim to:

  1. Foster a customer-centric culture across all levels of the organization, providing every customer access to technology that is both at the forefront of development as well as affordable
  2. Meet all objectives and deliverables at any given time whilst building on existing relationships and establishing new business partnerships/interactions within the private and public sectors
  3. Adhere stringently to contractual obligations, effectively implement applicable health and safety regulations and establish a practical and feasible maintenance plan

For the community, we aim to:

  1. Be an active participant in educating local communities to promote and realize sustainable socio-economic growth
  2. Make meaningful impact in local communities through new business initiatives where we play an active role in infrastructure development as well as offer employment opportunities and skills transfer
  3. Use resources (people and plant), establish relationships within local communities, analyse needs, negotiate supplier pricing structures and use local suppliers, sub-contractors and local labour to promote economic activation in the areas in which we work
  4. Train local labour to facilitate lower maintenance costs over a longer period