"My biggest challenge is finance, if I can get some financing then I can even get a small factory and churn my own butter instead of relying on suppliers.
"I can also employ people as well. That's my vision for the business," says Shumba, who works in finance sector.
The butter, which she says is setting out to make a "butter revolution", is available in a variety of flavours such as sea salt and black pepper, parsley lemon chilli and roasted garlic and cinnamon honey and ginger among other interesting flavours.
She is hoping to introduce a new flavour, himalayan salt with black pepper by the end of the week.
Shumba's butter is packed in 260g glass jars and goes for R80 a jar.
Shumba has pledged R10 off the sale of each jar to go towards the Tembisa Pad Drive - non-profit organisation run by the woman who gave her a social media boost.