Naledi Farm was born out of our first book Tshimong Ya Meroho Le Naledi (In the Vegetable Garden with Naledi).
Written is Sesotho and accompanied by colourful illustrations and a rhythmic narration, the book was a sure case of conversations with God.
It’s storyline is set in a vegetable garden and contains principles of self sufficiency, oneness with all of creation and love for self and all of humanity.
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“At the monthly Harvest Table @ Naledi Farm, I get to break bread with folk that have a common aspiration – to rebuild a community that nurtured us and our children and mostly to get back to the basics of botho. The environment provided by the Maifadi’s allows for a sharing of space, great organic ideas and new connections with various people from all walks of life. Naledi Farm is a home away from home. My 10-year-old Neo, who is brought up in towns where nothing grows, gets to witness things that I take for granted: a newly born lamb, where vegetables grow, how to harvest rain water, plus loads of room to be outside!
Dr Motlalepule “Mizo” Moloto
“Naledi Farm, a place that feeds the mind, body and soul. It is the one place that has the warmth of a home, the love of family and the cheerfulness of just being yourself. My children always brag about how they learn a lot about themselves and life hacks each time they are at the farm. Naledi Farm is for us a home away from home.”
“It all began in 2017 when we attended our first Harvest Table at Naledi Farm and we have never looked back. Naledi Farm is a platform of harmony where despite our different backgrounds, we are able to have conversations that touch, teach, train and build us all. It is a place where we connect with one another and make authentic friendships. It is a centre for re-experiencing our God given purpose. Every visit is a reminder that God is our source and provider; Psalms 57:2 “I will cry to God Most High, who accomplishes all things on my behalf [for He completes my purpose in His plan.]”
Sidumisile and Gcobani Madlala