Busi has been farming for over a decade using organic and agroecological methods with the aim of growing nutrient dense food that is sustainably produced. She is a seed guardian, advocate for GMO Free Zones in South Africa, and an activist for food sovereignty.
Training emerging women and young farmers in the Eastern Cape in agroecological methods, she is currently the provincial chairperson of Women in Agriculture and Rural Development. She is also a PGS Pollinator and an IFOAMEcological Organic Agriculture Leader, driving sustainability and conservation.
Busi loves walking barefoot in her permaculture garden, nurturing her plants, connecting with nature, cherishing birdsongs and the smells of herbs and edible flowers. Caring for plants, the environment and mother Earth are her passion.