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Abalimi bezekhaya: Farming in the Sand

Marie Viljoen

Abalimi bezekhaya means "the planters of the home" in Xhosa. Abalimi’s primary mission is to provide training and support to individuals and community groups to create and maintain organic food growing. Read


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