It all started in 1952 when the farm was bought by the late († 1960)  Martin Gubitz an electrical engineer from Germany, at a price of 5000 pounds. Farming started on this small portion of the farm Delhi at Letsitele, Limpopo Province. The first Valencia orange trees and Marsh Grapefruit trees were planted by his son, Horst Gubitz. Water from the Great Letaba River was used and until today it’s the main water source for irrigation.

The Gubitz family is a completely independent “family-run-farming-business.”

Currently we are growing citrus, mangos, avocados and macadamia nuts. Farming according to GlobalGAP international accreditation standards and good relationship with our over 400 permanent employees and another 400 seasonal workers, the Gubitz family is dedicated to progress for all South-Africans.