Products & Services

Small hive ground level
R 790
Walls and Roofs
R 890
High Structure
R 990
Very High Structure
Why Remove Bees?
Removal of the first 5 nests
R 790
Every nest thereafter
R 100
Small Established Bee Colony
Less than 10,000 bees
Large Established Bee Colony
20,000+ bees
500g Bottle
R 80
Large quantity
R 140/kg
R 300/kg
BeesWax Wrap, Small (20 x 20 cm)
R 35
BeesWax Wrap, Medium (25 x 25 cm)
R 50
BeesWax Wrap, Large (30 x 30 cm)
R 75
BeesWax Wrap, Combo pack
1 of each size (Ideal gift)

Why remove bees?

It is important to bear in mind that bees are fast becoming an endangered species.

Already in some countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia – the bee population has decreased at such alarming rates that there is great concern over the future of crop pollination. It is a fact that bees pollinate up to 80% of the fruit and vegetables we humans consume daily.

Should the bees disappear – we as a species could be effected badly and famines will be the order of the day.

There is legislation in place which states that bees must be removed humanely, safely relocated and may only be exterminated if they pose a threat to people and animals or if they cannot be safely removed. This is the crux of the matter.

Sadly, there are those who will tell you, the client, that the bees cannot be removed because they are in a wall, roof, too high up (or even that they are KILLER BEES!).

There is no such thing as KILLER BEES in Southern Africa!

These so called killer bees made famous in Hollywood movies and horror shows. It is a strain of bees which were man made in the ’50s and accidentally released into the wild from a laboratory in Brazil. To date, they have spread northward into the southern USA. They are referred to as Africanized honeybees. In 1989, Justin O. Schmidt co-authored a study in “Nature” that found no difference in the lethality of the venom from various honeybee subspecies.

They concluded: “Perhaps, use of the popular term ‘Killer Bee’ to describe the Africanized bee is inappropriate”.

Our humble African honey bee (Apis Mellifera Scutellata) is a species native to central and southern Africa. They differ from the Cape honey bee (Apis Mellifera Capensis), which is found south of the escarpment in the Western Cape region.

The African honey bee is a very aggressive species and have been known to cause great harm to humans and animals and in some cases even death.

They are not to be taken lightly and are not to be messed with – but they can be controlled if handled correctly, CAN be removed from just about any structure, building, wall, roof, pipe or wherever they get themselves into.