A Western Cape female farmer, Tenjiwe Kaba, has
been selected as one of the country’s top agri-entrepreneurs.
Kaba was named as one of the winners in the Female
Entrepreneur Awards, which were held in Durban on Thursday.
Last week, Kaba won the substance producer category
in the Western Cape leg of the awards. She leads Moyo We Khaya, a community
garden in Khayelitsha tended by women farming with vegetables.
The Female Entrepreneur Awards is a partnership
between the National Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
Bronwynne Jooste said “Minister Winde has
congratulated Tenjiwe and said she is a real ambassador for the Western Cape
Jooste mentioned that “she is playing an important
role in food security and Minister Winde is pleased with her work and wishes
her well with her role”
Labels: WC’s female farmer crowned top agri-entrepreneur