A woman is building an empire in the agriculture one cabbage at a time- and, her journey has only just began.
Asanda Sokombela's story was shared on social media on Wednesday, by social media user @hobo_group.
Briefly.co.za learned Sokombela pursued a degree in agriculture, and she obtained a bachelors of science at University of Fort Hare.
Following her studies, Sokombela started farming, where she produced cabbages, spinach, and butternut.
The post further states Sokombela's vegetables gets delivered to Spar stores across the Eastern Cape.
"Meet Asanda Sokombela, University of Fort Hare graduate. She has bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Currently she is producing cabbages and spinach, and butternut. Her vegetables are delivered various Spar stores in the EC," the post read.
Sokombela is not the only woman who is succeeding in the farming industry. Briefly.co.za reported previously about four women South African women who inspired many tweeps with their success and passion in agriculture.
They include Andile Matukane (24), Mosele Lepheane (36), Nonkululeko Britton-Masekela (34), and Mbali Nkabinde (30).
The young women farm vegetables and organic produce. One of them also rears livestock. Kamhunga encouraged his Twitter followers to be inspired by the young farmers.
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