- Review: Crowd-pleasing Mzansi cooking at Roving Bantu Kitchen in Brixton
- The team comprises Sifiso, Ashley and Lucy Msomi, who's been front of house and sometime-cook since Nsako days. It's very friendly and personal.
- Cerebos calls regional media pitch
- Marketing understands that the appointed agency will be tasked with strategic planning for all brands under Cerebos, across the analogue and digital platforms, as well as the social management for some brands. Marketing has reached out to Cerebos for ...
- Cerebos is turning 70 and you could win a R1 000 birthday present!
- Cerebos has been a favourite in South African kitchens for 70 years but can trace its roots all the way back to 1892.
- Coffee club: What all the fuss is about
- One of the founding fathers, Jeff Kennedy, opened Cafe L'affare, later selling the cafe, the artisan roastery and the brand to Cerebos Gregg's in 2006 for a reported $25 million.
- Roving Bantu Kitchen
- The Roving Bantu himself is Sifiso Ntuli, a wryly amusing and popular host who has lived as an exile in foreign lands. He says that while many people consider drink as an excuse to get talking, “food is the best Mzansi conversation inspiration”.
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