Mzansi Inspired by Limpopo Woman, 29, Who Started Farming in Backyard Garden, Now Owns 3 Hectares of Land

Mzansi Inspired by Limpopo Woman, 29, Who Started Farming in Backyard Garden, Now Owns 3 Hectares of Land

  • A determined female farmer, Cynthia Mokgobu has come a long way from planting and harvesting from a small garden
  • After five years of hard work, the Bochum resident currently owns three hectares of land where she farms spinach, butternut, and cabbage
  • The 29-year-old also sells her fresh produce at local and Gauteng markets and Saffas cannot stop raving about her boss moves

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South African social media users were inspired by the growth of Limpopo farmer, Cynthia Mokgobu who has come a long way in her agricultural journey.

Briefly News earlier shared her story on Facebook revealing how she started farming in a tiny garden and now owns three hectares of land.

Mzansi, Limpopo, Woman, Farming, 3 Hectares of Land
Female farmer, Cynthia Mokgobu is making a name for herself in the world of agriculture. Image: @KasiEconomy/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The 29-year-old from Bochum in Limpopo started harvesting from a small garden in her backyard five years ago.

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She is now the proud owner of the land on which she farms spinach, butternut, and cabbage for local and Gauteng markets.

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Cynthia won over instant praise from inspired netizens who flooded the Facebook post with positive comments.

Nerisha Manilal said:

“Amen. Blessings to you and your business always.”

Hazeef Suya Golden Afiya commented:

“Respect My African sister, that's superior to spending lots of time on dating sites comparing the wealthiness of Men.”

Shane Pillay responded:

“Good morning that's a great achievement and doesn't stop because you are a blessing to the country's people.”

Charles Dhliwayo shared:

“The evidence of hard work and self-reliance. An excellent woman indeed.”

Thomas Maluleke reacted:

“I love farming. God bless you further my sister.”

Cathy Mda said:

“I'm proud of her great minds entrepreneurship. Started in a yard woow.”

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In a separate story, Briefly News reported that hailing from the small rural area of Komkhulu eMunyu in the Eastern Cape, farmer Nkosinathi Makamela was born to be under the sun while reaping the rich rewards of the soil.

The young man took some time out of his busy schedule to share with Briefly News all about his passion of farming and how he has managed to turn it into a thriving business called Lolo Mixed Farming.

He specialises in pigs, chickens, cows, and various crops which he pays meticulous attention and care to every single day.

Source: Briefly News

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