In Memory of
Dr Vuyo Mahlati
19th October @ 2pm, ZK Matthews Hall, UNISA, Pretoria.
20th October @ 10am, Pretoria Country Club, Waterkloof, Pretoria.
Wednesday 21st October at 10am, Glen Methodist Church, Garsfontein, Pretoria.
All provinces would be holding their own memorials for the Late President Dr Vuyo Mahlati from the 15th of October till the 18th of October, PEC must coordinate with farmers/Stakeholders for the proposal of dates and to decide whether there memorial will be physical or verbal.
Event Date : November 25th-26th, 2021 Event Address: Birchwood Hotel – 44 Viewpoint Road, Bartlett, Boksburg, Johannesburg Contact us at +27 (83) 304-3115 or Kea@afasa.org.za / Lufuno@afasa.org.za
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African Farmers Association of South Africa (AFASA)
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.