From South Africa to the world: Could Tashas be the next Nando’s?

With a presence in 24 countries, Nando’s is possibly the most successful South African restaurant brand to cross international waters. Tashas is slowly following the peri-peri chicken owner’s tail feathers as it sets its sights on an international expansion. 

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Anathi Madubela
Anathi Madubela is a business journalist with a keen interest in the retail sector.

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