Start-up Mag

Interview With Entrepreneur Chefs Tebo and Lebo Ndala. In a competitive industry such as the food industry, young entrepreneur chefs Tebo as Lebo Ndala have been able to find success and they are determined to show young people that this is an Industry they can also make it with enough passion. Despite facing challenges in the early stages of their career as well as business, they admit that their journey in the food industry has been rewarding….

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OK MZANSI

5 Fun Facts That You Need To Know About Twin Chefs, Tebo And Lebo Ndala who hail all the way from Mamelodi, Pretoria. At just 28, Tebo and Lebo are making their mark in the food industry in South Africa, having started their career early on. The duo own a brand called ‘With Love from the Twins’. Apart from being chefs, they have authored a book, they are nutritionists, pop up restaurateurs and digital marketers……

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Our Interview with Lishe

We had the pleasure of being interviewed by Lishe. It was amazing and you can check it out by clicking on the link below.

 

 

INSPIRED LIVING SA

Tebo and Lebo Ndala are 27-year-old chefs from Mamelodi, Pretoria. They studied culinary arts at The Hurst campus in Stellenbosch before moving to the US to take extra courses at UCLA Extension.

In addition to being pop up restaurateurs, they are food stylists and food editors as well. In September 2019, they  published their first cookbook, Food Stories, which won its first International award in 2020, and it was named the 3rd best African cookbook in the world by the Gourmand awards.

 

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YOTV BIG BREAKFAST

INTRODUCING SA

It’s International Women’s Day on 8 March and we’re so here to celebrate the fierce hard-working women out there who work tirelessly to make ends meet, to feed their families and raise their tribe! We salute you all … and to celebrate we’ve searched the country for some of our treasured Insta-sisters!

 

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