Social Economic Development

Black Empowerment

Empowerment - 25% ownership by Idube Employees Trust which distributes any profits to qualifying black employees. A further 17.6% of shares are held by various individuals totaling a current Black Empowerment shareholding of 42.55%. Idube Landscaping is a level 2 contributor. Our valid BBBEE certificate and report issued by a SANSA accredited agency, confirming our status as a level 2 contributor.

Idube landscaping is committed to black empowerment, through our staff selection of horticultural graduates and training, development of entrepreneurs and selective procurement, as well as for community responsibility. CSI- Idube Landscaping was involved in upgrading of the Inanda Seminary in 2010 and the landscaping of Christopher Nxumalo Primary School, Chesterville in 2011.

Skills Development

By developing and facilitating horticultural skills:
15 employees will qualify with Ornamental horticulture NQF Level 1.

Social Responsibility

Inanda Seminary

Idube landscaping is proud to be associated with Inanda Seminary and its leadership in the pursuit of excellence for the youth of tomorrow.

Christopher Nxumalo Primary School

In conjunction with Motseng Investments Holdings,  Idube was proud to be part of the development of the new school block for Christopher Nxumalo School in Chesterville, Durban.

Mehlokazulu Secondary School

Along with the Dept. of Arts and Culture,  Idube was involved min in promoting the environment to under privileged children on Arbor day at Mehlokazulu High School, Mbali Township, Pietermaritzburg.

Skobeni Primary School in Bhisho, Eastern Cape also received indigenous trees.