- A young woman, Njabulo Mbokane, has inspired South Africans with her achievement
- The 25-year-old young lady farms on a 200 hectare piece of land in Mpumalanga
- She provides yellow maize to SAB and is venturing into livestock
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Meet Njabulo Mbokane, a 25-year-old farmer. She is farming in Mpumalanga on a 200 hectare piece of land.
Her inspiring story was shared on social media by Twitter user Blessings Ramoba, who captioned the tweet:
"Meet Njabulo Mbokane, a 25 years old who runs a 200ha farm in Mpumalanga, she employs many full time and 18 seasonal staff.
"Njabulo currently supplies SAB with yellow maize and is expanding into livestock.She was named SAB FarmSol Young Emerging Farmer of the Year."
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Social media users were inspired by the young farmer and they applauded her hustle online.
Tom Sibanda, who goes by the Twitter handle @TomSibanda4, commented:
"Impressive! That’s what black South Africans should be doing , running legitimate businesses. Purchase your own land and excel. These type of people are driven. Great job!"
Twitter user, @ReneKukard, added:
"Oh wow! Well done young one. You are amazing."
Another tweep, @Lucas_Hase, wrote:
"This is beautiful and it gives me hope as a South African. Our youth need to stand up and just do it no matter what obstacles they face. Our flag, our pride."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported on another young female farmer. The talented young lady is making her mark with her farming business and she took to social media to inspire others.
Farmer girl (@malele_keletso) shared a tweet on Tuesday, which showcased her 1 000 chickens and her vegetable patches.
Aside from revealing her excellence, it also offered free advice to those with ambitions of entering the sector of agriculture.
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