Stock up on SA food in the UK

Missing your potjiekos? Forgotten the recipe for bobotie? Want to know where you can buy proudly South African - in the UK? Here's a few links to help you recapture the taste of home.

Chef Benny Masekwaneng gears up for his first-ever culinary experience in Davos

Celebrity Chef Benny Masekwaneng has been hard at work, crafting an authentic South African menu for guests attending a networking dinner hosted by Team...

Lifetime award for wine leader

As the head of Wines of South Africa, Su Birch has brought ethical and green practices to the industry through her initiatives, the Sustainability Seal and the Ethical Seal, which focus on environmentally friendly factors and promote fair labour choices, respectively.
Women in wine is export winner

South Africa’s first vegan magazine

Media24 has launched South Africa’s first vegan focused magazine, The Vegan Life. Besides vegan friendly recipes, there are also informative articles on a wide...

Yum: a new South African cuisine

At Yum, the Eat Out Johnnie Walker Restaurant of 2005, owner Dario de Angeli creates some sublime - and unusual - dishes. He describes the restaurant as presenting "world food by South African people".

SA oranges scrum down in US

It's naartjies for Australian oranges as South African "easy peelers" scrum down in US markets. South Africa is now the largest supplier of fresh oranges to the United States, with some $24-million worth of the fruit exported in 2003 alone.

South African chef named world’s best

Chef Chantel Dartnall has been named the best female chef in the world for 2017 at The Best Chef Awards held in Poland. Dartnell...

Cookbook celebrates South Africa’s culinary heritage

South African chef Nompumelelo Mqwebu is taking local cuisine to the world with the release of her new cookbook, Through the Eyes of an...

Eat Out’s top 10 restaurants

Franschoek's Tasting Room at Le Quartier Français took South Africa's top gastronomic honour after being named Eat Out Restaurant of the Year for 2007, while George Jardine of Jardine Restaurant in Cape Town retained his Chef of the Year award.

‘Miracle’ rice fights African hunger

West African scientists have developed a new “miracle” hybrid rice that combines the high yield of Asian rice with the hardiness of African varieties, promising to reduce hunger and boost economic development in the region.