The 2nd Street Food Festival

Capetown and Johannesburg

f there is one thing that unites South Africans- it has to be FOOD. Our rich diversity has given birth to a food lover’s paradise. Street food is defined by most as ‘food that is cooked and sold by a vendor, in a public area’ but we KNOW there’s more to it than that. In celebration of our rich culinary history; ranging from bunny chow  to boerewors n chackalacka- the lovely people over at Studio-H present the second Street Food Festival.  On the 1st of August, the Street Food Festival will be making its highly anticipated debut in Johannesburg at the Hazard Gallery in the Maboneng Precinct.

In addition to the wide variety of tasty food, there will be an opportunity for entrepreneurs to learn from established people in the food and beverage industry.



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Festival programme for Cape Town and Johannesburg:

09:00: Market opens (entrance is free)
10:00: Talks begin
15:00: Talks end
16:00: Market closes
19:00: Dinner begins

Seminar Programme

09:30 Coffee and registration
10:00 – 10:30 Zodwa Kumalo-Valentine (Mail & Guardian) – Dealing with the media
10:30 – 11:00 Anna Trapido – African food
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 12:15 Sylvia McKeown – Food trends
12:15 – 13:00 Craft gin tasting
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch and eating competition
14:00 – 14:30 Uno de Waal – Marketing via Social Media
14:30 – 15:00 Thando Moleketi (Jozi Foodie Fix and co-founder of THE WKND SOCIAL) – Making food your business

The  festival ends with a dinner cooked by Matthew Freemantle and Andrew Kai (Founders of Max Bagels and Gusto) in collaboration with local African cooks.

Buy your tickets now- and avoid disappointment. Admission to the market is free , whereas the conference is R300 and the dinner is R350.

Tickets can be booked at Quicket

Follow #StreetFoodZA on Twitter and Instagram for regular updates.

Visit Cape Town Street Food Festival and Street Food Festival ZA on Facebook for more information.

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