To be a revered iconic brand providing workwear solutions for peak performance and a better life”


We believe that everyone has the right to be clothed in safe, high-quality workwear which allows them to perform at their peak.

We are proud to be the manufacturers of our own brand, employing close to 5000 people between our factories in Lesotho, our
distribution centre in Joburg and head office in Durban. We are passionate about our people, who live and work our brand every day.

What makes us unique?



In a marketplace that is seemingly
becoming even more competitive, it is
vital for your company and brand to
stand out amongst the crowd.

We are here to help you make your team
or business stand out with a unified and
professional appearance and an overall
look that makes an impact.



Jonsson Workwear currently supplies over 30 countries and is continually growing and looking for distributors worldwide.

We offer established enterprises or new, entrepreneurial individuals the exciting prospect of working with an
innovative company and growing together.






We are continually growing and looking for new, talented people to join us on our journey.
Find out how you can become part of the team.






The pride of players joined us at Fourways

Our Jonsson Workwear store in Fourways roared to life on Saturday, 25 May when shoppers came face-to-face with on-field predators, Emirates Lions and legendary mascot, Mufasa. Fans young and old high-fived their rugby heroes and got their merchandise signed by the players.

One lucky customer left with more than the team’s autographs. After exploring the endless possibilities that Jonsson Workwear has to offer, the biggest winner of the day bagged an incredible R2000 Jonsson Workwear voucher simply by shopping in-store. With a range that works beyond the job site, Jonsson Workwear has something for everyone and every environment. From hard-wearing, game day tees and shorts, to quality work gear that excels in any field.

A big thank you to the Emirates Lions for making it a Jonsson Workwear experience to remember, and to the fans who brought their incredible energy to our Fourways store.

Did you meet Mufasa? Then you met an icon! Mufasa is the longest-serving mascot in South African rugby. He joined the Lions in 1996, right after the Boks won the World Cup. What a legend. Did you get a pic with him? We’d love to see. Share your photos and selfies, and tag us.



Raising Awareness for Men's Health

Male suicides are on the rise. According to the South African Society of Psychiatrists, South Africa ranks 10th on the list of countries with the highest suicide rate, with men being more likely to commit suicide than women. Once seen as a sign of weakness, there's now a growing need for a different approach when it comes to the mental and physical health of men.

It’s why global events like The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride are so important. This annual gathering, held in multiple cities worldwide, not only celebrates the camaraderie of the motorcycling community, but also raises awareness and much-needed funds for men's health issues.

To kickstart the 2024 Ride on Sunday, 19 May, over 150 motorcyclists from across KwaZulu-Natal united at the Jonsson Workwear store in Durban. Each gentleman (and lady) donned their most dapper attire and showcased their shining bikes in support of The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride.

Funds raised through the event contribute to prostate cancer research, mental health awareness, and suicide prevention programmes made specifically for men. By shining a light on men's health, The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride encourages conversations around sensitive topics, ultimately saving lives and improving the wellbeing of men.

It was an honour playing host as the starting line for the Ride, which started at Jonsson Workwear on Intersite Avenue in Durban, took to the Durban CBD, and headed up north through Umhlanga, towards Umdloti. But the ride was not limited to our coastline. Over 100,000 bikers in 105 countries worldwide joined forces on the same day to raise funds for this global initiative.