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Mokgadi Mabela is the bees knees at making honey

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Mokgadi Mabela started buying honey from her father, Peter Mabela, a beekeeper, and selling  to friends and colleagues before opening Native Nosi.
Mokgadi Mabela started buying honey from her father, Peter Mabela, a beekeeper, and selling to friends and colleagues before opening Native Nosi.
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She has probably been stung by a bee once or twice, but she knows her way around a hive, just like any queen bee.

Bee farmer and businesswoman Mokgadi Mabela (33) was inspired by her father to start her honey farming business Native Nosi many years ago. She grew up eating the best honey, raw, unrefined because her father was a beekeeper. 

“We used good quality honey at home for everything,” she says.  

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