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-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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Francis Davidson – Mentor

Francis Davidson grew up in Barkly East and finished his education at Queens College in Queenstown. He has farmed all his life. Over the years, he attended many courses on Financial Management, Farm Mechanisation, Animal Husbandry and Stock diseases as well as Sheep and Wool courses as well as Soil [...]

By |2022-11-09T19:18:58+00:00March 9th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Francis Davidson – Mentor

VLP- Ntekiso

I S Ntekiso was born at Emthonjeni village in Lady Frere. I went to school at Mc Kays’ Nek Mission. At the age of 21 in January 1980 I went to Carletonville, to West Driefontein mine. I went underground to drive a winch. I became ill in 2011 and [...]

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VLP – Lama

I am Lamla Venfolo. I am 35 years old. I am married with 2 boys. I passed Grade 11 at Sinqumeni- Dolophini S.S.S in 2003. I Started work at Mngcunube Development in 2012 where I was an Enumerator for their livestock mentor Mr Francis Davidson. Now I am a [...]

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Farmers Weekly

February 14, 2017 Communal farmers often struggle with low birth and survival rates amongst their livestock. Determined to change this, empowerment company, Mngcunube Development, is now in its third decade of supplying animal health products to farmers. Mike Burgess visited the Elundini municipal area of the former Transkei. Read more here. [...]

By |2022-11-09T19:18:58+00:00February 14th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Farmers Weekly
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