Mbuso is keen to see his group members get active colonies in their new beehives so that collectively they can sell to more customers.
“Even Swaziland is not having enough honey to feed itself. I have a market for honeycomb but I don't fully supply it. So as we come together, the group and I will be able just to meet that demand of the farmers' markets in Manzini. You need the many hands so that you can achieve that goal.”
Philani is eager to follow in the footsteps of Lushikishini Bee Keepers group leader Mbuso and become a “bee master”.
“In the next year, I would like to have more bee colonies and I would like to harvest my honey. With the colonies I have now next year I will able to divide them and make other colonies and I will put them in my bee boxes.”