Rebeth wines tell a personal story of growth and rebirth. Inspired by the cheerful presence of a butterfly, you can move from one form of life into another. It may take a time of cocooning yourself - a time of withdrawal so that you can regroup yourself - but when you emerge from your cocoon - you are a new form of life - you are unstoppable - in essence, you are able to spread your magnificent wings and fly into the vistas of your own design.
We wanted our selection of wines to evoke emotions, to take people on a transformational journey of what they are meant to be; lively, renewed, cheerful and connected. From beautiful bubbles to rich reds and wonderful whites, bring your soul back to the soil.
Our Founder | Beth M.
Beth Malatji, the Author of The Bootstrapper's Lifesaving Hacks, an easy to read book - which consists of practical tools entrepreneurs can use to simplify and automate their businesses.
Her entrepreneurial journey started when she founded Wealth Ladder Magazine, which was later sold to another media house. This is an interactive publication focusing on entrepreneurship, startup success stories, financial literacy, wealth accumulation, and leisure.
Beth and her three other Co-founders recently launched a new magazine Tenacity - powered by De Beers Group.
Beth is an experienced media practitioner and has interviewed CEOs, business influencers and decision makers as an Editor and online Publisher. She recently took over the role of Chapter Director at Startup Grind Johannesburg, the largest global independent startup community founded in Silicon Valley, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 1000000 entrepreneurs in over 250 cities, powered by Google for Entrepreneurs.
She is the trusted voice around all issues Entrepreneurship every Wednesdays on Capricorn FM Talk.
Beth is the proud ambassador of visit.org, a New York-based travel platform for authentic travel experiences that benefit local communities which offer activities and tours, with the mission to develop responsible tourism practices around the globe, organised by non-profit organizations.
Our Partner | Rebecca O
Rebecca Oloo is a founding partner of ReBeth wines, focusing primarily on the strategic branding, look and feel all wines and the recent unbranded wines department of Rebeth Wines. She holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Media, Communications and Culture (BA-MCC) from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PDBA) at the NMMU Business School.
She has sound knowledge in Digital communications through her skills as a Social Media and Digital Strategist; Graphic and Web designer to name a few. Her in-agency experience has also afforded her the opportunity to understand varied markets and audience in terms of Marketing, Branding and Advertising.
Her entrepreneurial journey started when she founded RAO Inspired Designs. This then opened opportunities when she was awarded the Runners Up Entrepreneur of the year – 2017 by Thriving Magazine.
Rebecca has since then been involved in quite a number of exciting projects in and around South Africa, such as becoming the first female black partner of the NRC (National Rally Championship) in South Africa 2017 and 2018 ; Director of Zawadi Entertainment and Media House as well as founding partner of Glam Royalty which is a Lifestyle company that focuses on Food, Clothing and Leisure.
She is also a Co-Founder and Organiser of Entrepreneurs With Colour which is an entrepreneurial platform that seeks to engage various individuals from various walks of life, to come together and network. This occurs in a small town called Makhado where opportunities like these are few and far between. With two successful events, there is a growing following of about 200+ of the #ColourArmy
Recently, she has also been awarded the opportunity to be part of the top 214 International Grand Jurers or the A’Design Awards panel of 2018, a prestigious event in the design accolades and is also a founding Partner of Tenacity Magazine powered by De Beers, a magazine that seeks to bring awareness to the various forms of success in Limpopo and engage the community.
Rebecca has also recently been named The Future Females Ambassador of Limpopo. A movement started in Capetown that seeks to find means and ways to boost leadership amongst women as well as pave the way for greater opportunities, bolster skills and engage with one another for a grand cause.