Women Farmers getting it right.
Mpophomeni Conservation Group strive to spread environmental awareness, education, gardening, sustainability. "We are the change we want to see in to see in the world", and here is a success story.
Lindiwe Phkiwane Ka Mkhonza and Khayelihle Mavuso received permission to use space at Mpophomeni High School to grow food.
First, they cleared lots of weeds (of course, they ate lots of the mbuya and uqadolo and the rest can be used as mulch), then they planted carrots and beans.
They will propose to supply the school feeding programme and then sell the excess organic produce.