Excitement is palpable among the group of employees from Wildeklawer farm, who arrived in Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) for a weekend at the coast. These commendable workers have been rewarded for their diligent work, exceptional performance and exemplary conduct throughout the season.
The group is looking forward to a well-deserved break and the opportunity to broaden their horizons.
Today they visited Venter Boedery, a citrus farm, this morning, as well as Addo Elephant Park.
Martin Oosthuizen, the estate manager of Wildeklawer, has planned an exciting itinerary for the employees. They will be staying at the Ikhayalam Lodge and Tours in Humewood and will visit a citrus farm, a wildlife park and a cricket stadium. They will also have a chance to explore the curio shops and the beach before capping off the trip with a visit to a water park.
Oosthuizen emphasised that this weekend excursion is intended to show gratitude and appreciation for the employees’ hard work and dedication. He explained that this gesture is Wildeklawer’s way of giving back to its hardworking employees who have consistently upheld the farm’s operational standards.
For many of the employees, this trip marks their first visit to the coast, making it an even more exciting experience. They are eagerly anticipating the adventures and memories that await them over the next few days. The group is grateful to Wildeklawer for this opportunity and they plan to make the most of every moment of their well-deserved break.