Woman turns small farm into thriving business supplying retailers

Woman turns small farm into thriving business supplying retailers

Leydah Sekgoebela inspired Mzansi with her commitment to growing her small farming enterprise, following in her green-fingered mother’s footsteps.

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Leydah started farming when she was young and says her mother taught her everything she needed to know about growing crops and working hard to achieve her goals.

Putting her mother’s words into action, Leydah poured her heart and soul into turning her farm in the Mopani district of Limpopo into a success.

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Her big break arrived after she joined six small-scale farmers at the Spar Rural Hub Project. Through the project, Leydah learnt to develop her skills further and even drew up visions of expanding her empire, Briefly.co.za discovered.

She says the project helped her turn a small business to a much larger enterprise.

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Leydah made the most of the opportunity and soon Spar was providing a market for her produce while allowing Leydah to maintain her autonomy as an independent enterprise.

Now, Leydah is able to employ 16 hard-working women, helping them improve their lives and support their loved ones.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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