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Tshepiso Senetla appears on the Expresso Breakfast Show

In October, we celebrated World Food Month and the role South African youth are playing in agriculture. Our very own, Tshepiso Senetla appeared on SABC 3 Expresso Morning Show, together with Zinzi Mgolodela, Mashao Seabela, and Tatjana van Bormann to discuss the EduPlant Programme, initiated and managed by Food & Trees for Africa.   

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