Once upon a time Sapekoe Tea Estate was heavenly. Today it is a hopeless example of BEE.
There was once Sapekoe Tea Estate named thereafter Makgobe Tea Estate Great and full of grandeur is how it was named at the gate. Tea from South Africa flavoured high teas from east to west Accolades and more made SA one of the best. Then came ANCs Land Reform Policy in the name of Democracy Truth be told Redress is not a fallacy. ANC gave to the incompetent with the wand of nepotism Tea estates and more harvesting a cataclysm. Heyday in Makobe was the aroma of 3000 workers Until it was taken over by a bunch of shirkers. 2006 was the deal of R104 million in land restitution Little did we know of the prostitution R121 million assets stripped off Makgobe Alas! 2011! Successful failure; To be or not to be Department, the estate's keeper, all just lackeys with deteriorating tractors, graders and bakkies R65 million for improvement and more tea Haha! all gone like sand in the sea! R65 742 000 into the dilapidated estate between 2011 and 2015 left 2021 with nothing like sweet sixteen. Black leadership, white leadership, Indian leadership and the lot with incompetent cronies everything is ready to rot! Brace yourselves don't look for elves there will be empty shelves. When more farmers leave their land for a few hundred grand to see it turn to sand. South Africa on the cliff of food security because leadership lacks maturity. There was once Sapekoe Tea Estate named thereafter Makgobe Tea Estate and its now laying intestate. Tea and Spice set route for DEIC and Cape became the hope ANC defeated Apartheid and SA is on a slippery slope. Zebediela orange farms another failure and disaster What more has the ANC can do faster? Give more to incompetent cadres, comrades & hopeless fellow countryman Vrede dairy farm another disaster like crap that hit the fan. Oh! South Africa wake up and smell the teas if not, you will not live life to the lees. 2021 is the year to revive so our agriculture can survive. There was once Sapekoe Tea Estate named thereafter Makgobe Tea Estate and its now laying intestate. Forlorn is the message on the gate telling a tale of South Africa's ill gotten fate! Abdullah Sujee