Man turns dumping site into agri-park to feed families in need

Man turns dumping site into agri-park to feed families in need

- A man inspired South Africans with photos of an agri-park in a community

- He revealed he transformed a dumping site into a large garden to plant veggies

- The agri-park will help feed families during the lockdown period

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A man, Themba Malume, has become a social media hero with his innovative way to help feed the less fortunate during these difficult times.

Malume took to the #ImStaying Facebook group on Wednesday to share photos of an agri-park he started.

In the post, Malume revealed the large garden, where he grows veggies, used to be a dumping site.

On one of the nearby walls, it is written: "No dumping, save the children."

Not only does Malume's idea feed those who are struggling during lockdown, it also has a positive impact on the environment.

Take a look at his post below:

Community turns dumping site into agri-park to feed families in need

Screenshot of Themba Malume's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Community turns dumping site into agri-park to feed families in need

Photos of the agri-park. Image credit: Themba Malume/Facebook.
Source: UGC

South Africans were inspired by Malume's post and they applauded him and those involved.

Gillian Simpson commented:

"That is so amazing. Proud of you. People can feed themselves if they know how to build veg gardens."

Celine Snyders added:

"You truly are making such a difference... Keep it up."

Margaret Mary Yates said:

"Well done, what an improvement in every way."

Jarrod Wilson wrote:

"This is amazing, well done buddy."

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