Power for Generations

Reliable power supply at a rate lower than the national electricity service provider.

Agricultural Efficiency

The most environmentally economic method of farming, hydroponics will feed the future.

Sustainable Oceans

Provide consistently stable supplies of fish and shellfish into the marketplace to meet this demand.

About Obatala

Symbiotic Self-sustaining Developmental

The creation of a symbiotic self-sustaining developmental business model is an ideal that lies in the core ideology that drives OBATALA Technology. Rooted in the development of infrastructure, employment and sustainability in Southern Africa, we are an implementing agent of the broader developmental architecture that is currently being deployed to solve the triple threat challenge that faces South Africa: poverty, inequality and unemployment.

Having assumed the task of solving these threats through sustainable practices in  energy production and food security. We have embarked on projects to create a philanthropic and profitable business model.

These projects have created a climate that stimulates commercial expansion, employment opportunity, skills development and community progress.


Wind Energy

Wind power, as an alternative to burning fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, consumes no water, and uses little land. The net effect on the environment are far less taxing than those of non-renewable power sources. Obatala is engaged in the largest single phase wind turbine development in South Africa.

Operation Wind Mill’s first phase will see an average injection to power over 50000 households a year.


Our Hygro Initiative has undertaken to produce ,commercial hydroponic agriculture. Hydroponic growing is our preferred method of food security owing to its resource efficiency and environmental neutrality. At OBATALA we create commercial opportunity for our communities through the Hygro Initiative.

Our yield capacity is expected at 6,000,000 tons per year.We’re dedicated to the fight against starvation and malnutrition in Southern Africa.


Aquaculture is a resource efficient way to produce protein when comparing the ratio of feed to produced protein. As the global population continues to rise, wild populations of commercially captured fish can no longer support the excessive demand.

Aquaculture can provide consistently stable supplies of fish and shellfish into the marketplace to meet this demand.


“Sustainability for Generations”

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email: info@obatala.co.za

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31 Signal Road