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Orange farmer’s sweet success

Orange farmer’s sweet success
TALKING ORANGES: Makwana

Having spent 28 years of his life working for Debswana in the mines of Jwaneng, in 2011 Daniel Makwana decided to swap diamonds for oranges.

The 63-year-old runs a three-hectare orange farm in Molalatau, located deep in the Bobirwa District.

With the help of the Local Enterprise Authority (LEA), he is one of a select few to make a living growing and selling oranges in Botswana.

Last week, Voice Money, along with a number of other media houses, was given a tour of Makwana’s impressive Set Mark Orange Farm.

The excursion was part of a LEA initiative to showcase some of the enterpri...

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