Sekelbos Luxury Fire and BBQ Wood - 14KG Bag


Incredibly good firewood baked under the African desert sun.  Great for enjoying your summer braais.  You'll get:

  • Also known as Sickle Bush (Dichrostachys Cinerea)
  • hot coals
  • long burning coals
  • low levels of smoke
  • aromatic smells
  • flavour enhancing qualities
  • less than 2% moisture content
  • 14kg bag dimensions: 60cm x 40cm x 20cm
  • Each bag has enough for four 'family' braais

Our Wood

We offer you premium firewood naturally dried under the hot African sun. Our high-density hardwood has less than 2% moisture content which generates extreme heat and long-lasting coals. Our firewood is ideal for braais (BBQs), fire pits, pizza ovens, wood burners and closed combustion stoves.  

Whether socializing around a summer braai with your family and friends or spending a cozy winter's night in by the fireplace, we are here to ensure you never run out of Africa's favourite firewood.

Our Heritage

For centuries people have been on a journey of mastering fire, and we as South Africans were the very first humans to do so nearly a million years ago.

The mastery of fire is considered to be one of the most pivotal moments in the history of humankind, providing safety, warmth and a communal place for social interactions within the tribe.

Wherever humans have gone in the world they have carried with them the two most significant achievements of humanity, language, and fire!

From “Braaivleis” to “Shisa Nyama,” as South Africans, making fire is in our blood and we are proud to be supporting this age-old tradition with you here in the UK.


Our African hardwood is ethically sourced in line with the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry in Namibia.

Sekelbos (Dichrostachys cinerea) or “Sicklebush” is an alien invasive species and is therefore removed from Namibia as part of their bush encroachment control scheme (or de-bushing).

The Namibian authorities regularly visit the farms to carry out inspections and record the number of dead and living trees.

The alien invasive wood that is exported from Namibia creates thousands of jobs for local farmers, most of which live in poverty and are sole bread winners for their families.

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