agrifarm africa

Who we are

A 360 fresh food & farmers hub with 4IR tech centric inspired solutions for the agriculture sector in Africa. Driven by innovation, AgriFarm Africa is a vision focused business with a passion for African growth in agriculture. Africa is the food basket to the the world with immense potential and the farmers are the economy.

Our Vision

To participate as key players in the growth of the African Agriculture economy

Our Goal

To be listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange as the pioneer of the 4IR in farming.

Our Reach

South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Zambia, Mozambique, The Democratic Republic Of Congo and Namibia.

Our Team

Our Sectors

Livestock ranching

Under this system of farming, the major emphasis is laid on rearing animals. Unlike nomadic herding, This type of farming has developed on a commercial basis in areas of the world where large plots of land are available for animal grazing, such as the low rainfall areas. Animals are reared mainly for meat and wool, and they are kept on large-scale farms called ranches.

Commercial grain harvesting

This type of farming is a response to farm mechanization and is the major type of farming in the areas with low rainfall and population. These crops are prone to the vagaries of weather and droughts, and monoculture of wheat is the general practice. Prairies, steppes, and temperate grasslands

Dairy Farming

Close proximity to the market and a temperate climate are the two favorable factors which have been responsible for the development of this type of farming

Fish farming

Fish Farming or pisciculture involves raising fish commercially in tanks or enclosures such as fish ponds, usually for food. It is the principal form of aquaculture, while other methods may fall under mariculture

Commercial Plantations

Although practiced over a rather small area, this type of farming is quite important in terms of its commercial value. The major products of this type of farming are tropical crops such as tea, coffee, rubber and palm oil. This type of farming has developed in parts of Asia, Africa and Latin America where the colonial influence of Europeans has remained. Most of the plantations were developed to provide tropical crops to the markets. This is a highly capital-intensive type of farming and most of the crops are tree crops.