Posts Tagged ‘#farmertraining’
Buhle is offering a host of courses for the remainder of 2020, having adapted our schedule after the national Covid-19 lockdown: 1. Grain Production, 30 November – 18 December, is the first of four modules in this course. Students can choose to do just this module, which concentrates on how to operate a tractor and […]
Future farmers, are you seeking an online course that will help you grow a profitable farming business? Improve your financial management skills with Buhle online! * Designed for farmers of every level of skill, from novice to experienced.* Start when you are ready and study from home. * Apply lessons directly to your agribusiness. Enroll […]
A note to all the aspiring farmers of Southern Africa: If you’re keen to study at Buhle this year, our campus is open again and operating according to a revised timetable, following the delays caused by Covid19. In the second half of 2020 we will be offering Grain Crop, Poultry and Vegetable Production. Download the […]
Kgomotso Ramatlo has swapped her high heels for gumboots and is not looking back. The saying that “luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity” is attributed to Roman philosopher Seneca. Kgomotso knows very well that had she been underprepared, she would definitely have missed out on the opportunity to supply a formal market. Formal […]
The “This is My Santam” video, about Santam’s commitment to placing people at the heart of its transformation journey, opens and closes with shots of the Buhle Farmers’ Academy fields and working farm, with quotes from one of our graduates. “When you think of a farmer, I”m not what you expect … I’m not just going […]
Thanks to our supporter Rolfes Agri for this fabulous video capturing our farming students’ joy and huge sense of achievement at our summer graduation ceremony this year.
Thank you to the Danish TV station TV Avisen for this video on Buhle’s work in empowering new farmers. “Those people who receive the land must receive skills to farm it, so that their farms can become economically viable,” our CEO Nyiko Maluleke told the TV station. “Within a short space of time I feel […]