- A social media user recently shared an inspiring clip that highlights the work of two Limpopo farmers, the Monhla brothers
- The Monhla brothers are the potato farmers that supply South African McDonalds with the potatoes for their chips
- The farm is an asset to the community in Limpopo and provides work for hundreds of local people
A recently-shared clip about two potato farmers, the Monhla brothers, has inspired SA.
Issac (39) and Elias Monhla’s (46) farm provides the potatoes used for chips at SA’s McDonalds.
The brothers’ passion is beautiful to see and is evident in the success of their massive, lush farm.
“When farming, you farm with God,” one of the brothers explains.
On top of their passion for potato farming, Issac and Elias both love being involved in uplifting members of the local community and they strive to do this whenever possible.
According to News24, the Monhlas’ farm provides work for approximately 250 local people, which makes it an indispensible part of the community.
The brothers go on to explain in the clip about their farm that patience and care are absolutely key when it comes to the kind of work that they do:
“Farming is not a business where you make quick cash. It must be close to your heart.”
Briefly.co.za saw that the social media user who shared the clip about the brothers captioned the post with an important message to SA’s youth:
“Black Child It’s Possible.”
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