Going into the food industry is risky business…
What if it flops? What if you get a bad reputation? What if you go into debt?
These South African stars – who are foodies of note – were not afraid to take the leap of faith and opened their own restaurants.
They’re confident in their abilities and proud of their establishments.
Calling all food lovers: Take a look at five locally-owned restaurants…
The My Kitchen Rules South Africa host opened his own spot – Something’s Cooking By J’Something – in Pretoria to rave reviews in 2017
He even has plans to branch out into other provinces
The Top Billing presenter and celeb chef is the proud co-owner of bakery The Bread Basket in Morningside, Johannesburg
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As a young girl, my mother often reminded me of how my dreams are valid & worth every effort to make them a reality. I’m grateful for my mother & all the women who have shaped my journey & always reminded me of my grounding. This woman’s month we celebrate the survivors & victors who make it despite the challenges & hurt we face as women on the daily. As Marva Collins said “Trust yourself. Think for yourself. Act for yourself. Speak for yourself. Be yourself…” #BreadBasketMorningside