Podcast: soil isn’t dirt

CIFOR-ICRAF soil systems scientist, Leigh Ann Winowiecki, and Rattan Lal, distinguished professor of soil science at Ohio State University, discuss why soil must be the focus of global policies in a new podcast from The Conversation. The Earth we live on is made of...

AgriSETA Learner Connect: Meet a horticulturist

Deciding on a future career is probably one of most difficult things in your life as a high school learner. Some of you will know almost instinctively what you want to do with your life and find happiness in your first choice. For most of us, though, it will initially...

Podcast: Empowering small farmers with easy-to-access advice

Soil scientist. Human resource manager. Marketer. Sales consultant. Small farmers need to wear quite a number of hats to keep their businesses afloat. Now, with the agritech platform YeboFarmer, smallholders get access to consultants who can help them perform all of...

Podcast: Emancipate women in agri, says W. Cape official

Dr Hlami Ngwenya, the new chief director for agricultural producer services and development at the Western Cape department of agriculture, says that more needs to be done to advance women in the country, and in farming in...

Podcast: ‘I want agriculture to be the hero in SA’

Alexander Gibson, the Western Cape Young Farmer of the Year, wants the agriculture sector to be the nation’s big hero. He shares his vision in an exclusive interview with Food For Mzansi’s weekly podcast called Farmer’s Inside Track. “I want agriculture to be the hero...