The WFO Annual Meeting is a first-of-its-kind opportunity for farmer leaders and other food systems stakeholders worldwide to meet and engage in forward-looking dialogues on enhancing local...
On the 18th of May 2023, Afasa youth held a successful, Gauteng Afasa Youth AGM/Roadshow at University of Pretoria.
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...
Become an AFASA member
Who can join AFASA and at what cost?
Anyone who is interested or is already in farming can join AFASA. We cater for all farming commodities across the agricultural value chain.
AFASA aims to commercialize the developing agricultural sector and facilitate the meaningful participation of black individuals within the mainstream commercial agribusiness sector, while ensuring the long-term sustainability of the agricultural sector in South Africa.