- Ntsako Shipalana is a young female poultry farmer in Tzaneen
- She's already employed three people and offers training to budding farmers in her community
- News of her exploits were recently shared via social media
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A beautiful young lady is making a name for herself in the man's world of farming.
Ntsako Shipalana is a young female poultry farmer who lives in Tzaneen.
Aside from generating an income for herself, her farming business is putting food on the table for three staff members.
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Briefly.co.za also learnt that the inspirational young lady also assists other emerging farmers by offering them training.
Twitter user Blessings Ramoba (@BlessingsRamoba) shared the wonderful news on Wednesday.
The tweet can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za noted that tweeps were impressed by the young lady's innovation and willingness to assist others.
Erika Kwitt (@EKwitt) said,
"Wow! I do hope she goes from strength to strength. Good to see young people making a success."
Moon (@GSloveafricar) added,
"Here at Dan village we are proud of you."
DD (@Gerald87694679) shared an interesting suggestion:
"With R1 billion @CyrilRamaphosa can create a lot of young farmers who can employ lot of young people in rural areas. We have lot of unused land where you can give each Agricultural graduate R1 million to start a small farm. Every minute people are eating food."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that a woman, Welile Gumede, has managed to become a successful entrepreneur at the age of 9.
Gumede started her own farming business with no background in the industry.
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