On crop of the world: Young farmers who beat the odds

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On crop of the world: Young farmers who beat the odds

They have overcome many obstacles, including losing an arm, but they're starting to make it big

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Growing up, 32-year-old Godfrey Mathebula from Limpopo always watched his parents till their small garden at home, selling their harvest to the community.

This was the only source of income for his family, and where his love for farming was born.

He is now reaping great rewards as a crop farmer, overcoming many hurdles and setbacks. The most traumatic was losing his arm in an accident, causing him to make drastic adjustments to his life...

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