Continuing her father’s legacy

Audio , Work , Agriculture

Mokgadi started beekeeping almost by accident – she used to get some honey from her father’s supply until one day he said to her, “You’re finishing my supply. I’m not working for you.”

She got a few beehives to harvest her own supply on her father’s farm. Being a Black woman in a white male-dominated industry has not been easy, but Mokgadi is determined to make it work.


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