AGRICULTURAL TRADE AND FAMILY SHOW

The Mpumalanga Show platform, is a unique and diverse MECHANISM, that will drive change and assist in economic growth, sustainability and transformation, which attracts investment, and assists in sustainable job creation.

2019 Show Highlights

The Mpumalanga Show is unique to the province. It showcases the best of Mpumalanga with special emphasis on Agriculture, Forestry, Mining, Tourism, and Wildlife.

The annual show aims to celebrate the province’s heritage and once again create opportunities to benefit individuals, stakeholders, and Mpumalanga as a whole.

It will feature exhibition stalls, various breeds of animals and livestock, cultural aspect integration, various competitions, a School Education Programme, and live music entertainment.

The Mpumalanga Show is unique to the province. It showcases the best of Mpumalanga with special emphasis on Agriculture, Forestry, Mining, Tourism, and Wildlife.

 The Mpumalanga Show caters to LSM 4 and up and across all racial groups.

 Feedback from 2019:

The 2019 show was BIGGER AND BETTER as promised and once again a great success.

 Facts from 2019:

  • Total visitors: 42 100
  • 13 800 scholars/students on our School Day
  • 230 Exhibitions

 Companies have reported that sales after the Mpumalanga Show have increased substantially and the most stocks were sold due to the exposure they received at the event. Livestock such as goats, sheep, cattle, and poultry was sold out on the last day of the show.

During our School Education program on Wednesday and Thursday, 82 registered schools, 13 800 scholars, and 554 teachers visited the show. The scholars visited the different Education Departments, the Livestock area and learned a lot from TRAC and road safety.

 During the Show, we had a Mkhonto Transformation Programme.

This programme will be ongoing to support our local communities in and around Mbombela.

Employment /Job created during the 2019 show:

      • 20 Cleaners from the Mataffin Community.
      • 38 Security guards from the Mataffin and Matsulu communities.
      • 22 TUT students were assigned to assist with the schools, backstage, and competitions.
      • 10 Boston College students were assigned to assist at the main entrance gate with ticket sales.

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