Q&A Sessions: ‘Food is central to every occasion’

Award-winning chef and local legend Dorah Sitole, who spent years as the editor and food editor at True Love magazine, celebrates a culinary journey to savour through her latest book, 40 Years of Iconic Food, in which she commemorates certain milestones, township living, hunger, loss and learning. Nobhongo Gxolo speaks to her about the book and internationalising African cuisine.


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Nobhongo Gxolo
Nobhongo Gxolo is a Cape Town based writer

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