Indigenous food isn't poor man's food - the story of Qinisani Qwabe Farmer's Inside Track

    • Entrepreneurship

This week we get up close and personal with Qinisani Qwabe, a leading Kwazulu Natal agricultural researcher and soybean farmer. He champions the importance of indigenous crops.
In our business slot, Jahni de Villiers, Agri SA’s policy head for labour and development outweighs short time work versus retrenchment in this difficult economic climate.
Our farmers selected their favourite book of the week, “For the love of the Land”, by Food For Mzansi co-founders Ivor Price and Kobus Louwrens. We also feature farmer Kagalelo Matlala, who is inspiring millennials and raising up an army of She-Bosses in the Northern Cape.
This episode is anchored by Food For Mzansi's Dawn Noemdoe and Duncan Masiwa.

This week we get up close and personal with Qinisani Qwabe, a leading Kwazulu Natal agricultural researcher and soybean farmer. He champions the importance of indigenous crops.
In our business slot, Jahni de Villiers, Agri SA’s policy head for labour and development outweighs short time work versus retrenchment in this difficult economic climate.
Our farmers selected their favourite book of the week, “For the love of the Land”, by Food For Mzansi co-founders Ivor Price and Kobus Louwrens. We also feature farmer Kagalelo Matlala, who is inspiring millennials and raising up an army of She-Bosses in the Northern Cape.
This episode is anchored by Food For Mzansi's Dawn Noemdoe and Duncan Masiwa.