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From cattle to sheep, from goats to game, and from vegetables to fruit, Lindiwe will be taking this popular shows’ almost half a million viewers on an extraordinary tour of black farming excellence.With many years as a lifestyle television presenter and producer at eNCA under her belt, Lindiwe is no stranger to the limelight, having interviewed scores of top celebrities over the years, including Tyler Perry, Usain Bolt, David Beckham, Black Coffee, Caster Semenya and even President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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African Farming is an agricultural TV programme aimed at educating and inspiring black farmers, who want to become commercially successful and wish to invest in future generations.

To learn about our best African farmers and to find out how you could become one of them, watch African Farming on Thursdays at 18:30 on Mzansi Wethu (DStv channel 163) and get a copy of the free monthly magazine.

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African Farming Season 2 Episode 3: Dineo Mokgoshi – Inspired to succeed

African Farming Season 2 Episode 3: Dineo Mokgoshi – Inspired to succeed

Dineo Mokgoshi was looking for an opportunity to invest her money in a business that would offer good returns. She never would have imagined a future as a full­time farmer – until she was inspired by the story of a woman farmer who rose to the challenge and achieved great success in the world of agriculture. Dineo shares her own transformational journey with African Farming.

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African Farming Season 2 Episode 1: Pinky Hlabedi – From Activism to Agriculture

African Farming Season 2 Episode 1: Pinky Hlabedi – From Activism to Agriculture

Selina “Pinky” Hlabedi is not one to shy away from a challenge, even if it means starting over. In 2019 she suffered every stock farmer’s worst nightmare and was forced to sell all her animals – but a good woman won’t be kept down. Pinky has bounced back stronger and more determined than ever as she transforms her business, Ba Kwa-Hlabedi Farming, into a mixed farming operation.

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Game changer for emerging farmers

Game changer for emerging farmers

Patrick Sekwatlakwatla has played a significant role in the beef sector, introducing and developing new players to mainstream commercial farming, for more than 25 years. He has been instrumental in establishing impactful programmes that help empower emerging farmers in South Africa. Peter Mashala spoke to Patrick, who is also South Africa’s first black cattle judge.

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Walking in her family’s footsteps

Walking in her family’s footsteps

Tshepiso Mametja was fresh out of school when she started farming a 1ha patch on her parents’ farm in Trichardtsdal near Tzaneen. She tells African Farming editor Peter Mashala how she’s managed to conjure up an award-winning diversified 287ha enterprise supplying high-value vegetables to top retailers.

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