This hub is stationed in the north of Robertson near the Langeberg mountain. The hub has a nursery and produces seedlings which is distributed to households in the surrounding community. The hub practises bokashi composting and also makes use of vermiculite. Various vegetables are grown at the hub, depending on the season, which include beans, onions, beetroot, green peppers, cabbage and potatoes. The hubs also has chickens, pigs and geese.


This one hectare hub is run by five women. The hub has an onsite aquaponics centre. Depending on the season, vegetables such has cabbage, sweet potatoes, broccoli, lettuce, spinach, beetroot, butternut and cauliflower are grown. Seedlings are distributed to nearby home gardens, at Mawubuye Land Rights Forum meetings and on occasion to surrounding hubs such as the Genadendal hub. The site has a worm farm which produces worm team which is used as produce organic fertiliser for soil amendments. The hub has a contract to supply the provincial Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development with 50kg of spinach a week.


This 2 Ha hub is on a 12 Ha piece of land which belongs to Mawubuye Land Rights Forum farmer, Mr Johannes Hansie. This land is fairly flat and will be used for the production of fodder. There is high demand for Lucerne in the area and as such, the focus will be on its production which will be bailed before selling. The hub has a functional irrigation system.