Monthly Archives: April 2017


VLP-Lifu Jebese

I appreciate the Mngcunube livestock project for the opportunity it has given me. I learnt so many different things in life thanks to the project especially in terms of how to handle my livestock. Before this I was struggling to improve my livestock in terms of how to treat [...]

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VLP-Ayanda Mazibuko

My name is Ayanda Mazibuko. I am 32 years old. I started working in 2002 December in Cape Town as a consultant for Delta Motors, Isuzu Truck Centre. At the same time, I studied Public Management. at Intec College. In 2006 started working at Barclays Group Loan Centre in [...]

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VLP-Mildred Menze

I am Mildred Menze. I was born in 1976 at Newstead Farm. I attended school at Soziziwe Lower Primary and also went to Ntabelanga Higher Primary from where I moved to Sijongephambili High School. I met Mngcunube Development through my father who worked at Hilton’s farm owned by Colin [...]

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VLP -Schoolboy Ncanyo

In 1999 I left school to work on a farm. I was a tractor driver and I ploughed and planted. In 2009 I left for Johannesburg to work on a dairy farm where I was weighing. , I was on contract basis and my contract ended in 2008. I [...]

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VLP-Thando Ngqoyi

My Name is Thando Ngqoyi. I am 30 years old and was born and raised in Ncora. I did my Primary Schooling in Ncora, and my high school years in East London. In 2009 I started my first job as a handy man and Plumber in Cape Town until [...]

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Bejile Wana – Mentor

My name is Bejile Wana. I was born in 1967. I was raised by my mother and father and I belong to the Methodist church. I went to school in 1970 when my parents then decided to move to Taung village where they had plans to start farming and [...]

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