Pastors’ Forum acquires farm

PRETORIA - The innovative Zimbabwe Pastors Forum (ZPF) has been offered a 10 hectare farm in Hamaskraal, some 30 kilometres north of Pretoria, to start income generating projects for asylum seekers, refugees, unemployed and people living with HIV/AIDS.
The offer was made by a non-governmental org

anisation called the Cross-Over Projects (COP), which is being administered by United Nations (UN) expert Elizabeth Gordon.
Speaking at the hand-over ceremony on Sunday, Gordon said the farm would help ease economic suffering among the Zimbabwe refugee community living in South Africa.
“This farm is enough to cater for several hundreds of the Zimbabwean and other refugees communities if fully utilised.Viable projects such as piggery, poultry, animal husbandry and crop farming would help create dozens of jobs for the disadvantaged people,” she said.
A tour of the farm revealed a huge dam, full of water and a lodge that could be used for hosting seminars and conferences in order to generate income.
Speaking at the same function, the Zimbabwe Pastors Forum (ZPF) Vice President, Freddy Chinanga of the Family of God (FOG) Johannesburg, thanked God for bring the forum into contact with COP. – CAJ News

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