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Chanel hits the sweet spot as food blogger

Many South Africans would much rather put their thumbs to work for an Uber Eats request than hit the kitchen after a long day’s...

This Zim-born chef is levelling up with fast eats

Many of life’s greatest achievements are made when you step outside of your comfort zone, believes Zimbabwean-born chef Tapiwa Munyawiri (32). He may have been...

Simply put, food is love, says foodie accountant

Words of affirmation, receiving gifts, acts of service, quality time and physical touch. According to Dr Gary Chapman, the author of the New York...

Meet the man behind Cape Town’s first sushi truck

The global health crisis caused by Covid-19 was surely the spanner in the works that we never saw coming. With its continued devastation the battered...

Wanna side hustle as a food entrepreneur? Start here!

Stepping out as a food entrepreneur is risky business. Just ask home cook and Instagram foodie Thandi Boshomane, who is also full-time nurse facing...

‘Food should hug you from inside’

Life for a culinary professional does not begin and end in the professional kitchen, Cape Town-born chef Chad January believes. Mastering the culinary arts...

Have a merry, covid Christmas with tips from Mzansi’s foodies

Is it just us or is it a little difficult to get into the swing of the holidays this year? We are amid the second...

Rushed gift from forgetful hubby creates a new culinary star

Creating and sharing a dish with the people you love is one of the most fundamental concepts of human survival, believes renowned cookbook author,...

Why live in a box? Student and caterer Basi shares insights and tips

Living on a student budget does not necessarily mean survival on only 2 minute noodles, says aspiring chef and home cook, Basetsana Duiker (19). Yes,...

From cooking during Durban July to starting his own business in Cape Town

When you picture a typical chef, a former rugby player is probably not the first person that comes to your mind. Chefs are delicate...

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SoilSistas: How Makhoa answered the call of the land

This week on Food For Mzansi’s #SoilSistas campaign, we meet Nobuntu Makhoa, founder of Ba ha Makhoa. Powered by Corteva Agriscience, we’re highlighting some...

How to keep your cattle healthy (and happy!) this winter

As a communal farmer near the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands town of Ixopo, Thabo Cele understands his responsibility in helping his cattle get through winter in...

Mpumalanga reels after ‘illegal hunters’ kill farmer

A 58-year-old farmer was found dead near Amersfoort in Mpumalanga. He may have died at the hands of individuals who were unlawfully hunting with...

What SA agriculture needs from international trade

The agriculture sector is not only crucial for ensuring food security, but also the main source of African livelihoods. Yet, despite its potential, the...

Cannabis boom could turn around Malawi economy

Malawi might soon switch to high-growth crops like cannabis, confirmed the country’s president, Lazarus Chakwera. This, after its leading foreign exchange earner, tobacco, was...