We were delighted to learn that The Ekhurhuleni Agriculture College held a graduation ceremony for its three-year qualifying graduates. AFASA members were also counted amongst the graduates, specialising in animal studies and plant studies.
AFASA Gauteng especially congratulates and celebrate the family of AmaNdebele Royal Chief Mahlangu, as four Princes and Princesses were qualified at the graduation ceremony. One of the Mahlangu Princesses influenced by farmers attire, graduating dressed in Khakis, socks, and Velskoene.
The auspicious event was welcomed by college dean, Mr Alex Macnac, who had extended a warm invite to the AFASA Leadership NEC, Women and Youth Desks. The invite was honoured by Ekurhuleni AFASA Coordinator, Thoko , who represented the African Farmer’s Association of South Africa.
AFASA encourages and celebrates individuals entering and engaging with the agribusiness sector. Agriculture is a way of life that keeps billions fed and clothed everyday. The contribution of farmers is key to transformation globally, and it is greatly appreciated.