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SAADT is a valuable non-profit humanitarian organization engaging a comprehensive viable development and life enhancement programs for Southern African Countries.

SAADT has created a suitable long-term prospective strategic plan to effectively address the Southern African socio-economic challenges and promoting its economic viability. The program includes agricultural block farming, training centers, job creation and infrastructure development. Our objective is to transform 25 million acres of un-used agriculture land into food crop producing land.

The Treaty was meticulously created over a five-year period by Dr. Richard Uys and Dr. Pieter van Wyk to resolve many perpetual problems plaguing the African continent.

Dr. Uys, the Managing Director of Operations, has a Ph.D. Degree in agriculture. His forte is applicable to advanced hi-tech agriculture commercial enterprise attributes and affiliated global business characteristics.

Dr. Van Wyk, Managing Director of Technologies, specializes in hi-tech project development and technological applications in all fields.

Both individuals are completely dedicated to SAADT’s ultimate success.

Each country can host their first phase of the project. A comprehensive plan to develop 2 million acres of good agriculture land for necessitous food production for more than 20 million people as well as adequate  exporting volumes is offered.  Sufficient funds are required to ensure the successful implementation thereof.

The SAADT project facilitates the following facets developed by Dr. Uys and Dr. Van Wyk:

Agricultural Block Farming – Practical and scientific farming support for land owners

Water Distribution Plan – Canal systems and irrigation technology

Social Enhancement – Improved food quality, health benefits and lifestyle

Education – Extensive education and training via state of the art technology

Job Creation – Labor intensive projects dependent on local participation

Environmental Conservation -  Water, air and soil remediation technology

Infrastructure – Improved and development of roads, dams and power utilities

Economic Enhancement – Local and international trade system


SAADT has chartered to help improve and rebalance all Southern African countries. The enigma in Africa directly and indirectly has an effect on the rest of the world; hence it would prove advantageous to bring Africa up to par with parallel competitive countries.

Adverse turmoil drains one’s economy thus necessitating support from developed countries. Adequate well-controlled funding is important to ensure the overall success of SAADT’s huge undertaking. The mission is to provide compassionate excellence in developing an extensive “grow food for Africa”. A comprehensive plan has been developed for each country of which the Government has agreed to allocate two million acres of good agriculture land to the SAADT Program. SAADT hopes to employ over 12 million people during the next 10 years. The results of providing new jobs in agriculture should bode well for the entire Country as well as help control the current transmission STD's. The comprehensive plan includes the utilization of these acres to develop farm units to produce food for millions of people. The project will also create electrical power and sewage treatment facilities for remote areas to support these family units and villages.

A Humanitarian Trust has earmarked 400 million US$ to SAADT, over the next 24 months. Ten percent (10%) of all project funds will be set aside to mitigate internal expenses that the Government will incur.

SAADT plans to bring forth resources to assure success as the people would experience an opportunity of hope formally envisaged only as a mental imagery conceptualization, hence they too would make certain that their new gained opportunity was not derailed. A rewarding benefit would be that SAADT’s extensive agriculture development may be implemented in all of Southern Africa.

The extensive “grow food for Africa” concept will also solve numerous perpetual problems plaguing Southern Africa. The Southern African “grow food” program and SAADT concept will allocate Land Plats to local family units. These citizens will be trained to become farming entrepreneurs with this mini block-farm program. Proprietary technology will be used to power the farm villages for poultry and crop production. The technology will provide the necessary power for agricultural development. They will be supplied with training, electricity, water purification systems, farm equipment, seed and all materials to grow crops for consumption and for sale. Each first phase requires substantial amounts of heavy and light agriculture / farm dam building and irrigation equipment.

SAADT has the potential objective and goal to grow to become the world’s largest non-profit organization serving all of Southern Africa and in time, North Africa as well. Some Baltic countries that have learned of Dr. Uys and Dr. Van Wyk’s multi-mini self-employed family entrepreneur block farming concept, have asked Dr. Uys to assist them in implementing a viable remedy for their areas as well.

Patrick Berna, MBA Business Economics, is SAADT’s experienced international business liasion executive who is to be contacted for any funding and business opportunity matters.


SAADT has many friends in well-established hi-tech facilities, organizations, factories and individuals who are dedicated to and keen in supporting the sincere enhancement of our world, especially Southern Africa.


Dr. Richard Uys  and Dr. Pieter van Wyk.

Dr. Uys is a registered International Professor who is accomplished in agriculture, small dam building, canal construction, water transfer technology, irrigation technologies, man power training and management, animal husbandry, deep water capture technology and international business strategy. Dr. Uys also is a proficient pollution remediation expert; he developed and patented extensive environmental pollution purification and control patents consisting of 21 major claims that reduce even severe pollutions by an average reduction of 98%.

Dr. van Wyk has over the years become a very competent pollution remediation expert and as a professional electronics engineer, Dr. Van Wyk has electronically updated Dr. Uys’s patented system. The patented system now surpasses all systems on the marketplace. Developed Governments see SAADT as a beneficial solution that could create better amicable relationships between nations.

Dr. Uys has created a viable cost effective progressive scale scenario that will produce most of the reliable equipment and necessary items for the first 5, building up to 25 million acres of land for food production. Basic agriculture mini-farm tutoring centers have already started “on the job training” to create block leaders to train section crop-growing teachers in the SAADT expansion program. Large agriculture training centers (about 48 in 16 SAADT countries) will also be named after partner philanthropists.

Food for Africa” the emphasis must be engineered to extensive food production, which in turn will solve numerous other hampering problems as well. Most non-profit organizations have very little to offer in return, but SAADT will ensure that regular publications and media report the new optimistic future. The involvement of millions of people, numerous universities, governments and development partners will curb all unsound activeness and rally behind their new gained opportunity. SAADT would instill new hope and pride in all interconnected food growing nations and will ensure that regular publications and media presentations acknowledge supporters of the huge program.

Dr. Van Wyk has a copy-write on his new especially designed large mobile field apparatus vehicle suitable to handle large-scale fresh produce handling, and his invention design is aptly called the “mobile fresh produce handling factory” to maintain the highest possible hygiene factor in order to keep the produce crisp and fresh for distribution. Contaminants such as those that cause harmful substances and germs, including mildew and mold would be eliminated by using the extensive patented ESI product purification systems at all times. As one learns more about Dr. Uys and Dr. Van Wyk’s involvement to help folks in Africa, one quickly empathizes that both individuals are completely dedicated to SAADT’s ultimate success.

Dr. Uys speaks several languages, including English, Dutch and four African languages indigenous to Zimbabwe and elsewhere. Both he and Dr. Van Wyk know African social psychologies very well thus demonstrating a huge necessary advantage in any event. Dr. Van Wyk is a very competent strategic planner and he envisages launching a prestigious non-profit university, a data gathering center and information distribution center (the hub university for all connected agriculture universities) to become one of the most important agriculture “all concepts data retention center” in the world. Scientists, Professors, PhD’s, marketing specialists, philanthropists, financial institutions, buying and distribution experts, suppliers and hands-on experts will either work in or visit the noteworthy complex. SAADT will develop into a very large organization and in time will hopefully render employment for 200 million unemployed people in the Southern African and Northern African hemisphere. Dr. Van Wyk estimates that in the next 5 years about 20 local and International universities will provide a great deal of agriculture data and many universities will also collect data from the central “data center” university. Both Dr. Uys and Dr. Van Wyk are native Southern Africans who have spent several years meticulously planning the most viable and perfect logical plan specifically designed to suit Southern Africa’s re-stabilization transition.

Philanthropic funds received and the use of proceeds in each country coupled with the success rate will be made public worldwide for all to see. This objective also encourages them to apply their best efforts to reach the next required benchmark. This important center will be the ultimate core of operations for all technological developments and the applicable library of knowledge for agriculture intercommunication benefits.

Patrick Berna will provide any business and project details regarding economic impact, status, funding and participation opportunities.