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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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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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Farmers spread hope by sharing success stories

Farmers spread hope by sharing success stories

It’s the end of the second season of African Farming. Host Lindiwe Sithole says it was a privilege to share the stories featured in Season 2. “Each of the farmers had a unique story to tell and we can learn a valuable lesson from each of them.” In the last episode she travels to Kroonstad to interview Patrick Sekwatlakwatla and Zacharia Matli, a dream team duo farming with cattle and vegetables.

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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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Red hot chilli farmer – Eric Mauwane

Eric Mauwane has had his fair share of setbacks. But thanks to the guidance of mentors and the kindness of neighbours, he has survived the tough times and is now exploring opportunities to supply fresh produce for the international market. Eric tells Peter Mashala how a detour from his original plan to farm pigs turned him into a pepper champ.

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