By admin on July 26, 2018 in Sponsorships

Highlands Park Football Club ended the 2017/2018 NFD Season on a record breaking high by winning the season and being promoted to the Premier Soccer League. Exciting times lie ahead as Highlands Park Football Club announces that Jonsson Workwear will be their headline sponsor for the next 3 years.

Jonsson Workwear is Africa’s leading workwear brand with a strong international presence that embodies the values of hard work, peak performance and making a difference in the lives of the communities it serves. Jonsson Workwear takes pride in partnering with brands that share similar values and continues to solidify its support for local iconic brands.

Highlands Park is extremely proud to become part of their story. Brad Kaftel Co-Chairperson of Highlands Park confirmed his delight at concluding the deal “Jonsson Workwear is a top brand with enormous growth potential whose core values are very much aligned with Highlands Park”.

Says Nick Jonsson, CEO of Jonsson Workwear, “We are thrilled to be the title sponsor of Highlands Park Football Club. This partnership is an opportunity for both brands to broaden their reach and grow together.”



Get Plogging and help make Durban great

By admin on July 18, 2018 in Latest News

At Jonsson Workwear, we believe in creating a better world, every day.

Inspired by Nelson Mandela’s words that “You can start changing our world for the better daily, no matter how small the action”, Jonsson Workwear has teamed up with Bay Union, JT Ross and The Sharks to launch the PLOG Squad campaign on Mandela Day. This will be an ongoing drive to clean up the streets in our neighbourhood, around the Jonsson Kings Park precinct. 

So, what is Plogging? It is a fitness craze for people who want to save the planet. The term plogging is a mash-up of pick up litter as you jog or walk. And it’s a great way to incorporate cleaning the environment into daily exercise. Besides the benefits of getting fit and showing our pride in our great city, the intention is to inspire a green consciousness in the community.  Together with Wildlands, a Recycling Village will be created in the area with mentorship support from JT Ross, and the Denis Hurley Foundation will run eco-audit training for those interested in improving their footprint, with tips on how to save costs on water, electricity and waste.

“Our community and the upliftment of it remains a key value for The Sharks, and we are delighted to partner with our naming rights sponsor, Jonsson Workwear and our neighboring businesses on this project which commences on Mandela Day.  Our collaborative aim is to make a lasting difference, and this speaks to the legacy of our beloved Tata Madiba”, added The Sharks PR Manager, Novashni Chetty.

We hope to see the wider community PLOG in their neighbourhoods. It is an easy way to make a difference, every day.

Use the hashtags #Plogging #JonssonWorkwear and share your efforts to make Durban great!

Log your plogging effort on the EARTH DAY register which calls for a BILLION acts of GREEN in 2018 to End Plastic Pollution.

For more information contact 


By admin on March 08, 2018 in Latest News

We are delighted to announce that Jonsson Workwear has acquired the naming rights to the iconic Kings Park stadium.

The Sharks home ground will now be known as Jonsson Kings Park.

The Sharks and Jonsson Workwear are deeply rooted in KZN and both equally proud of their local heritage.

Jonsson Workwear, although a National brand with a strong presence internationally, was founded in Durban and continues to be headquartered here.                                                  The brand is one that embodies the values of hard work, peak performance and making a difference in the lives of the communities it serves.

These values echo those of The Sharks namely community, pride, respect, work ethic and teamwork.

This partnership will see the revitalization of the Kings Park Stadium and surrounding precinct as well as sponsorship / branding on The Sharks rugby team kit; activations and social media platforms.

Expressing his delight at this partnership, The Sharks CEO Gary Teichmann said: “Both Brands are proudly KZN with a national attraction because of our relevance and commitment to excellence. We look forward to a long-term partnership that will seek to move boundaries and redefine the profile of our wonderful province of KZN.”

Nick Jonsson, CEO of Jonsson Workwear echoed Teichmann’s sentiment: “We are thrilled to be partnering with The Sharks in renaming, rebranding and revitalizing Kings Park. As a proudly Durban based business we wish to encourage other local iconic businesses to work with us to make Durban a lifestyle and business destination of choice. And we are neighbours after all!”



Finish Strong. Finish Together.

By admin on February 20, 2018 in Latest News, Sponsorships

The Dusi Canoe Marathon is done and dusted for this year, but its positive effects continue to benefit communities in and around the valley which the race runs through.

For three days our street artists worked their magic on a 3 metre canvas, capturing the essence of the Dusi.

The mural was auctioned, and the Natal Canoe Club was the highest bidder. All proceeds will be handed over to the Chief’s Valley Trust, which helps the community.

Jonsson Workwear wows at the OK KZN Trade Show

By admin on February 12, 2018 in Latest News

We were invited to showcase the workwear we supply to OK at the OK KZN trade show, held at Greyville Race Course on the 9th February.

The past couple of weeks were bustling with preparations for the trade show, from ensuring that our stand was visually appealing, to getting our garments ready.

Live models, dressed in our warm garments and golfers, gave our stand the x-factor.

We were also able to demonstrate to OK Franchise owners just how easy and seamless our Simple Online Ordering System, SOLO, is.

It proved a wonderful opportunity to engage with our customers and receive useful feedback.


The Lions Rugby Company is proud to announce that Jonsson Workwear has extended their relationship until 2019.

By admin on December 08, 2017 in Jonssonites, Sponsorships

Edgar Rathbone, Managing Director of EPS Management, says Jonsson was one of the first South African companies to back the side when they returned to Super Rugby in 2014.


“Jonsson Workwear has been a proud partner of the Lions since our re-emittance in 2014 and we are so proud to extend this relationship for another two years. They are a South African company who produces quality products that we as the Lions are proud to be associated with. Jonsson Workwear’s investment in South African rugby has been a longstanding and expanding venture.”

Jonsson will again take centre stage on the back of the new Emirates Lions jersey. The new Vodacom Super Rugby jersey for 2018 was revealed to all the Lions sponsors at their annual golf day at Sun City on 7 December.

Jonsson Workwear will also continue as the official workwear provider to the Golden Lions Rugby Union staff.

Nick Jonsson, CEO of Jonsson Workwear is thrilled to continue this association.

“Jonsson Workwear and Lions Rugby share similar values; hard-work, commitment and tenacity.  We have sponsored the Lions since 2014, and look forward to another rewarding two years.”

Iconic New Jonsson Workwear Depot PMB Store

By admin on October 04, 2017 in Latest News

The Jonsson Workwear Depot in Pietermaritzburg is now bigger and better equipped to give you the ultimate workwear shopping experience. The store which was one of the first few Depots to open in May 2011 has been rebuilt to house everything workwear.

This iconic store has set the precedent for regenerating the area and setting new trends for workwear shopping.

The new state of the art building which houses the Jonsson Workwear Depot is spacious, which means more products will be available on the floor to ceiling shelves, ensuring that all workwear needs are taken care of.

Industry experts are at hand to assist, helping costumers find products and share their expertise on the right product for every costumer. Great service is important to us and every consumer who walks into the Jonsson Workwear Depot will leave satisfied.

Jonsson Workwear Supports The Paper Money Project

By admin on October 04, 2017 in Sponsorships

When you’re at an intersection in Durban you might get the urge to roll up your windows, avoiding the people who ask for money at the robots, but hold on. You might want to carefully look at the guys dressed in high visibility clothing selling newspapers.

Jonsson Workwear has supplied high visibility workwear to some of the people who usually beg at intersections, who have now become Paper Money entrepreneurs, selling newspapers to motorists.

The Paper Money project started when the Denis Hurley Centre collaborated with Urban Lime to try and get those currently begging, away from asking people for money, and instead have a chance to empower themselves by making their own money.

The vendors sell the newspapers to motorists for the price of R10, as it is the smallest note available, hence the term ‘paper money.’  They then get to keep half of the money they make.

The project manager Stuart Talbot from the Denis Hurley Centre says the aim of this project is “to turn most beggars operating at robots in Durban into entrepreneurial newspaper vendors.”




DC Induction

By admin on October 04, 2017 in Jonssonites

Step into our world and see how our team at the Jonsson Workwear distribution centre were recently reignited, through understanding our vision and values. The energetic spirit encouraged each member to keep playing their important role.

365 Warm Workwear Lions

By admin on July 10, 2017 in Latest News, Sponsorships

The Jonsson Workwear team spent a day at the Emirates Airline Park with three Lions players to create new Warm Workwear video.