The countdown has begun for the much-anticipated fifth-anniversary gala dinner of Food For Mzansi, set to take place on Wednesday, 6 December at Diep In Die Berg in Pretoria East. This milestone event, hosted by none other than agricultural economist Conce Moraba, promises an unforgettable evening of celebration, culinary delight, and heartfelt tribute to the new faces of South African agriculture.
Tickets for this grand affair can be bought on Quicket. Organisers say the programme, kicking off at 18:30 for 19:00, is set to tantalise the senses, starting with a sumptuous three-course buffet meal curated to perfection. This culinary journey will pay homage to the bountiful produce and flavours that define the nation’s agriculture sector.
But that’s just the beginning! After the formalities the dinner will transform into an enchanting celebration, complete with a lively DJ spinning beats to set the rhythm of the evening. Adding to the excitement, Jean Carlo, the special guest singer, is set to grace the stage,.
“However, the true stars of the evening will be the farmers themselves, the backbone of South Africa’s food production,” says Food For Mzansi co-founder and editor-in-chief Ivor Price. “The dinner aims to celebrate and acknowledge their tireless efforts, reminding everyone that there can be no feast without their hard work, dedication, and passion.”
“This event is our way of giving back to the farmers who continuously feed our nation and inspire us with their resilience,” adds Food For Mzansi co-founder and strategy director Kobus Louwrens. “It is a moment for us all to come together, share stories, celebrate successes, and appreciate the incredible journey we’ve had over the past five years.”
It’s a black-tie affair, and organisers invite guests to step into the spotlight in glamorous attire. Whether it’s the classic allure of a tuxedo or the timeless grace of an evening gown, attendees are encouraged to come dressed to impress.
Secure your seat at Food For Mzansi’s gala dinner for only R750! Purchase your tickets conveniently on Quicket or at any Pick n Pay store, including PnP Clothing, PnP Liquor, and PnP Express.
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