Who we are

African farmers association of South Africa (AFASA)

History

The African Farmers Association of South Africa was launched on the 12th of April 2011 by 3000 founding members from all nine provinces of South Africa, who were formally NAFU-SA members.

The launch of AFASA is the culmination of a year long consultation process with developing farmers country wide to determine their need for an official structure that represents their interests. As part of the consultative process, a national convention of African Farmers held in Bloemfontein in December 2010 adopted a new constitution, structure and a five-year-strategic plan. After the convention, district and provincial structures were launched between 18 January and 5 April 2011.

Leadership was democratically elected in the provinces using the constitutional guidelines adopted by the convention. The final stage was the founding conference of AFASA which was held in Boksburg, Gauteng on 10-12 April 2011, during which the farmers formally adopted the name African Farmers’ Association of South Africa (AFASA) and the founding constitution as well as elected and appointed national leadership.

Principles of management

Mission

To facilitate the development of African farmers in order to increase their meaningful participation in the agricultural sector.

Mission

To facilitate the development of African farmers in order to increase their meaningful participation in the agricultural sector.

Mission

To facilitate the development of African farmers in order to increase their meaningful participation in the agricultural sector.

Strategic objectives

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Our executive team

Jessica Blue

Jessica Blue

Founder & CEO
John Doe

John Doe

Lead Developer
Tim Bullock

Tim Bullock

Design Director
Jane Doe

Jane Doe

Lead Designer