New Wohlstand

IRM
Since 07/2023 12 Episoden
Willkommen beim "New Wohlstand" Podcast, präsentiert von IRM (Regenerative Marktwirtschaft). In dieser inspirierenden Podcast-Reihe erkunden wir alternative Wege, den Wohlstand neu zu definieren und zu gestalten. Tauchen Sie ein in fesselnde Gespräche mit Experten, Visionären und Praktikern, die sich für eine nachhaltigere und gerechtere Wirtschaft einsetzen. Entdecken Sie innovative Lösungsansätze, um den finanziellen, sozialen, ökologischen und kulturellen Wohlstand unserer Gesellschaft zu fördern. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren, neue Perspektiven zu gewinnen und die Grundlagen für eine zukunftsfähige und regenerative Marktwirtschaft zu legen. Willkommen bei "New Wohlstand" - wo wir die Wege des Wohlstands für eine bessere Zukunft erkunden.

Gugulethu Mahlangu

New Wohlstand

05.12.2023 62 min

Gugulethu, a South African native and daughter of a miner and a nurse, shares her experiences growing up in a mining town, her academic journey, and her eventual gravitation towards agriculture. Despite initially studying agriculture at university as a means to an end, she later found a genuine connection to it, especially after volunteering on a farm.
Gugulethu's narrative includes challenges such as unemployment, redefining her identity, and the transition from studying human physiology, genetics, and psychology to embracing agriculture. She narrates her unexpected introduction to agriculture through volunteering, leading to a deeper understanding of herself and her passions.
Her entrepreneurial journey began with spinach farming, which thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the resilience and potential of agriculture as a business. Despite initial struggles, including debt and crop damage due to weather conditions, she persisted and eventually diversified into aquaponics, leveraging an accidental mislabeling by the China Global Television Network. This mislabeling led to an opportunity with a German investor and her involvement in a commercial aquaponics farm.
Gugulethu highlights the role of women in agriculture, emphasizing their meticulous nature and their ability to think beyond business to community welfare. She discusses the importance of skills development and the integration of modern agricultural techniques like aquaponics for economic growth and sustainability.
Towards the end of the interview, Gugulethu touches upon the regenerative potential of agriculture, especially in transitioning communities reliant on mining to more sustainable practices. She emphasizes the need to respect and rejuvenate nature, envisioning an economic system where agriculture plays a central role in wealth creation and societal well-being.
Her vision of wealth is deeply connected to nature, land, and the nurturing of resources for long-term prosperity. Gugulethu's story is a testament to the power of resilience, adaptability, and a deep connection to the land and community.


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