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Brody Bros. Aquaculture

(from Langalibalele



Our solution contributes to limiting the effects of Climate Change in the following ways 1. Fish Farming produces on average far less Greenhouse Gas Emissions than other forms of Animal Agriculture 2. We aim to farm only natively occurring species of fish, endemic to the area such as Tilapia. This will minimize the effect on the ecosystem and allow nature to maintain its balance 3. Efficiency: Protein conversion rates (that is the amount of feed you need to produce protein) for Fish Farming is 1:1. This is far more efficient than other forms of Animal farming which can be as high as 2:10 4. Lessening the Burden on Sea Fishing: The majority fish consumed in Gauteng and Mpumalanga is fished from the Sea. By introducing a new type of fish into the market we lessen the burden on Species coming from the Sea, thereby allowing them to recover their populations.


We are applying for this program primarily to make an impact in our community. We come from a township with an extremely high unemployment and poverty rate. We believe that if we help our people put bread on the table in an environmentally sustainable manner, we can show that you can work with Nature to earn instead of taking from it. That is why we have included an educational element in our program. We expect to gain knowledge and resources on how we bring our ambitious program to life


Christine Hugo – 06.12.2021
Good presentation of a great idea. Tackling poverty, local unemployment and education is a promising approach. I hope you make this happen. Good luck!

Siphokazi – 04.12.2021
Doing it for the next generation and bringing school kids to also learn is what our country needs.

Wonderboy Mokwana – 03.12.2021
Langalibalele deserves to be a winner, not because he is the favorite one but because he is an inspiration to our community.

Thembelihle – 01.12.2021
Great idea geniuses. This would really create job opportunities. And help increase fish production considering depletion of fish stocks.

Meso – 30.11.2021
It teaches us to use our land 🌍 not to affect it , we use our own African hands to build our world to an healthy earth πŸ€šπŸΌπŸ’—πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦πŸŒ

Annette – 29.11.2021
Our ocean fish are being depleted at a horrendous rate and this will help a lot and hopefully lead to a cheaper price for fish

Jacky powers – 28.11.2021
Very innovative,enough land as we wait for spectacular results

Kamogelo Malethabo – 26.11.2021
Wow Brilliant ideas🀌🏽πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ May the good Lord continue blessing you guys ❀️

Michelle Goddard – 26.11.2021
I love the idea. Great energy and enthusiasm guys!

Thabo Nkuna – 25.11.2021

NICOLET NKUNA – 25.11.2021
I love it

Marcelle Greyling – 25.11.2021
Sounds like a viable solution to our changing climate and also to help the unemployed youth

Melusi – 25.11.2021
Aquaculture is good especially in an inland area like Kwamhlanga. That will caffect the price in which we buy fish in our area. Also it will create jobs.

Ngwekazi – 25.11.2021
We must love and preserve our natural resources.They are the present,and the future.

Kumsa Skenjana – 25.11.2021
This is a brilliant initiative and very innovative. Big ups and all the best!!

Olebogeng – 25.11.2021
Very innovative idea can’t wait to be part of it and also benefit from it

Siviwe Vutha – 25.11.2021
Brilliant innovative idea.

Mbethe Nokhuthula – 25.11.2021
I believe it will make a difference in our community

Thabang Monoa – 25.11.2021
These brother’s are on to something here; they’re showing so much ambition in their thinking around this project and it’s subsequent benefits. I would love to see this materialize.

Francinah Thandi – 25.11.2021
Tiisetso most hard worker and ambitious lady in Agriculture.

Herisha Maharaj – 25.11.2021
It’s a good idea . We need to think about our future generations.

Jimmy – 25.11.2021
I like the original and how outspoken the person is

Felix Dlamini – 25.11.2021
A wonderful timely idea to attack and deal with pertinent issues, unemployment, climate change and environmental balance in our ecosystem. Well done guys! ❀️

Rosemary Dlamini – 24.11.2021
Better reinvesting for ourselves, creating jobs foe unemployed youth.

Phumulani Maphosa – 24.11.2021
The stability of the climate depends on us, let us be the change and make a difference for a better future for ourselves and the next generation

Ramasodi Monoa – 24.11.2021
I love thisbintitativs guys.

Penuel – 24.11.2021
I love the idea it’s doable

Precious Kabini – 24.11.2021
I believe that the Brody Bros are will make a huge difference in our community!

Caroline – 24.11.2021
I believe in you that you will make a different

Joy – 24.11.2021

Fikzealous Angel – 24.11.2021
I fully embolden this inventiveness of the tillage. It could be lucrative being propitious because the calibre of this proprietors are splendid , hence this would be attaining if we all are incentive towards this goal !

Maggie Mafavuke – 24.11.2021
What a learning curve and the concept of sustainability and generational education as well

Khanyisa Cardner Thwala – 24.11.2021
Such a great initiative. Well done

Nelisa Dlamini – 24.11.2021
Love the integration of the township community. Really innovative

Sibusiso Mahlangu – 24.11.2021
This is so awesome. The delivery and content. Everything is just beautiful. Young people would learn very easy. Great job you guys

Langalibalele Sikosana – 24.11.2021
WOW what a great video, the best i’ve seen so far

Siphelele Ngcongo – 24.11.2021
Great initiative, this is definitely the climate solution

Gad Avnon – 24.11.2021
Thanks for the opportunity to vote.

Debbie Damant – 24.11.2021
Love their video and the concept!

Gontse Kgosana – 24.11.2021
I am voting for them because I believe water is the most important in our lives

Sasha ann bierman – 24.11.2021
I love this