Africa's food is as rich and diverse as its people, yet its culinary offerings are not that well known. Filmmaker and foodie Tuleka Prah wants to change that. She has started to chronicle traditional recipes made by ordinary people on her website, African Food Map. One day, she would like to create an African Food Dictionary.
With the support of her parents, Zola Nene swapped her law studies – for which she had no enthusiasm – for working in professional kitchens in the UK. She returned to South Africa to study the culinary arts. Now that passion has culminated in her debut cookbook, Simply Delicious.
Four South African TV foodies are giving South African and international audiences a taste of some of the country's best gastronomical treasures, proving that if you want to rule the world, start in the kitchen.
There are 12 million South Africans affected by food insecurity. A cape Town based project is hoping to teach children to change that, with their own green thumbs.