50 Lucerne Bales & 2200 Turf Distributed to Elundini Municipality, EC
Joe Gqabi District Municipality Maize & Meat Hub #The Feedlot. Established in 2017, in partnership with farmers, the Joe Gqabi District Municipality and Department of Agriculture, Land Reform...
AFASA Youth Cannabis farmers attend Hemp Week Course
6 AFASA Youth Cannabis farmers attended the Cheeba Hemp week course facilitated at the Cheeba Academy Cannabis Academy at Rivonia on 24 October 2022 to 28 October 2022. The 6 AFASA Youth farmers are...
AFASA Hosts a successful AGM and 10 years celebration conference
PRESS STATEMENT ALL MEDIA Immediate Release 19 OCTOBER 2022 On the 16 – 18 October 2022, AFASA held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and 10 year Anniversary celebration at the ICC in Durban,...
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