How Mosisedi, Other Farming Activities, Rekindled Rra Gaone’s Hope In Agriculture

Sir Ketumile Masire
Sir Ketumile Masire


Rabai was this year’s host to the farmers who came from far and wide. Amongst them was none other than Sir Ketumile, the Master farmer.  He sat alongside retired Vice President, Ponatshego Kedikilwe and Bangwaketse Kgosikgolo, Malope III.

A group of farmers in the Barolong Farms have vowed to help wean the nation from its dependence on food imports by ensuring they cultivate as many crops as possible over a very wide and fertilise area. Not only did their idea resonate with Masire, they were actually preaching to the converted, a man who farming was his first love to his dying date of June 23.

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Tighten the law on drug dealers

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