Mme le morwadi mo kgwebong ya Setsong Tea Range

As Africans growing up in the rural villages and townships, we all have that story of having to run around preparing tea for the visitors, for the elders or for the siblings as well. Tea has been part of our lives as Africans for a very long time now, whereby some even claim that it heals their headaches and so on.
Growing up in the rural villages of Sekhukhune village in Limpopo, Retang Phahla, the daughter of a zulu woman turned Pedi woman by marriage Nondumiso Phaahla always saw villagers picking up tree leaves, boil them in hot water and drink as tea. Little did she know that these would be her deal breaker.
Retang partnered with her mother and invented Setsong Tea Range which is made from indigenous tea products growing in the natural landscapes of rural Limpopo.