South Africans were inspired by the hustle of 27-year-old farmer, Rolivhuwa Muhashela, who is reaching for the stars.
Land is still a hot topic in Mzansi and while the majority gears up to become farmers, one man is already living out his dream - and it is just the beginning for the ambitious young man.
On Tuesday, Christo Thurston took to social media to share the inspiring story of Rolivhuwa Muhashela.
"He is 27. @RolivhuwaMuhas1 started farming baby marrows near Musina on tribal land and supplies to Jhb market. His biggest dream is to become a livestock farmer, for which he studied. But for the moment he saves money to buy seeds for other veggies. Respect," Thurston captioned the post.
Briefly.co.za learned Muhashela revealed on his Twitter account that he graduated with a diploma in Animal Science.
However, he has been dabbling vegetable farming after securing a lease on a land consisting of at least 70 hectares.
His story inspired social media users who applauded his hustle in the comment section.
Twitter user @PurringKittyKat commented: "Dream big and then dream bigger."
Thiathu Manenzhe, who goes by the Twitter handle @thiathumanenzhe, added: "Real agents of change. The one's that really need support."
Another tweep, @unanemu, added: "Haaa I know Roli but I didn't know he is into this . Am soo proud of him I feel like crying."
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