Prepare the soil for

We believe and nurture Agri-preneurship through a series of training programmes that use active learning to engage life learners in discovering the profitability of farming.

We want our people to be able to sustain themselves, their families and their communities. Not only does our agricultural programme provide a colossal contribution to the poverty and food crisis, but it also expands employment opportunities.

We create seed-bearers. Join us

A shovel in the gardening soil.

Agricultural Programme

Economic forecasts show that Investment in agriculture is key in achieving goals related to improving food security, creating jobs, creating wealth, and thereby reducing poverty.

We provide training programmes to teach agricultural modules, land on which to farm, build mentorship in the production process, develop a network and market to sell the produce after the harvest, as well as provide the tools to manage a self-sufficient supply chain and business.

Our Harvest

Over 150 agripreneurs, offering both plant production at NQF Level 4 and enterprise development to the beneficiaries of Tembisa, Diepsloot and Orange Farm.

Our life learners have started planting their own land allocated by Rhiza Babuyile, and communal land negotiated with the local government in Tembisa and Diepsloot.


The development cycle of a Life Learner when becoming an agri-entrepreneur:
1. Training (Crop planning and turnover for sales) (4 months)
2. Entrepreneurship training (Agri-Enterprises crops planted and turnover projections) (2 months)
3. Placement on a farm (12 months)
4. Sales and business mentorship/coaching (insert diagram with topics and areas covered from report)


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