Mr. Hlahla holds a BSc in Agriculture from Univeristy of Limpopo and extensive experience working with smallholder farmers. He served as a Postgraduate intern and fulfilled various responsibilities while working on a Master’s degree in Agricultural Extension. The incumbent was responsible for the formation of Community Development Forums (networking platform), technical and managerial support for smallholder farmers linked to CRCE. He believes in the importance of local innovations, which informed his master’s research project on indigenous peoples’ efforts to manage natural resources in general and wetlands.
Ms Naume Mapaseka Maponya
Naume is a Master of Science in Agriculture (Agricultural Economics) student at the University of Limpopo. Her areas of specialty comprise of Agribusiness management which encompasses the application of accounting principles to agricultural projects. Her undergraduate majors deepened knowledge on business operations and the financial. Currently she serves as a student assistant at the Centre for Rural Community and Empowerment and assistant accountant for ESAFF SA. She has vast experience in administrative and reporting for projects. She has passion for development, hardworking and enjoy working with impact-based projects and Civil Society Organizations.