Young farmer shares his hopes and dreams: I want to create employment

Young farmer shares his hopes and dreams: I want to create employment

- A young farmer revealed why he will be staying in South Africa

- Simphiwe Kahla said he is dedicated to bringing food security to the nation

- The farmer added he hopes to create more job opportunities for his community

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A young man, Simphiwe Kahla‎, has taken to the popular Facebook group #ImStaying to reveal his hopes and dreams.

Kahla, a young farmer, is working tirelessly to create a sustainable agriculture business. He detailed in his post how he hopes to not only hopes to feed the nation but to create work opportunities for the unemployed in Mzansi.

He wrote in his post:

"As a young farmer I'm staying. I want to change the face of the farming industry, bring food security and create employment in our lovely country. #ImStaying."
Young farmer shares his hopes and dreams: I want to create employment

Simphiwe Kahla‎ is changing the face of farming in SA. Photo credit: Simphiwe Kahla‎/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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The post gathered more than 11 000 reactions since it was shared on Facebook earlier this week and South Africans encouraged Kahla to aim for the stars.

Hasani Mnengwani commented:

"We want more people like you. Allow yourself to gain experience from experienced farmers, learning doesn't stop. Big up broer."

Nicole Long Wraight added:

"Keep doing what you are doing. This country needs people like you."

Michael Hickman said:

"Carry on, work hard and you will do well."

On Thursday, Briefly.co.za reported on another young farmer who has already grown a lot since starting out.

Nezisa Sogoni is a poultry farmer who provides free range chickens and eggs to her community. In her post, the beautiful young lady revealed she started with only 10 chickens and now she supplies more than 300 each month.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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