Londiwe Ndlovu's dream is to open her own restaurant. A restaurant that not only serves traditional Zulu food but becomes an eating experience in its own right.
Already a going concern, her entrepreneurial spirit has not been diminished by the lack of visitors at the reserve during COVID and she is currently providing the local community with fast food such as Vetkoek and fried hot chips.
Londiwe just loves cooking and has a dream to open her own restaurant, a restaurant that not only serves traditional Zulu food but becomes an eating experience in its own right.
Londiwe's passion, natural marketing skills and sheer determination are winning combinations. If you're ever visiting the iMfolozi Game Reserve area, be sure to track her down and get a Zulu cultural experience like no other.
Londiwe's business has low start-up costs, no need for additional external training and she is well skilled in the catering area.
Londiwe's Needs, can you assist?
Londiwe is presently providing this service from home and requires a venue, close to the road, to attract passing tourists. She also has a big need for cooking equipment, particularly large pots, as well as a request for assistance marketing her goods - a message she’d like the camps and lodges in the reserve to disseminate to their guests.