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August 5, 2019

48hrs – Bloemfontein

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It’s in the centre, Mr. Venter. It’s rare that payoff lines from advertising campaigns become so sticky that it becomes part of the colloquial lexicon and, for that matter too, a geographic metaphor for Bloemfontein. Slap bang in the middle of our country, most roads to the Eastern and Western Cape lead into and out of the City of Roses. Others fly in and out of Bloem for its function as Judicial Capital of the
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July 31, 2019

Mozambik Video Blog

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Check out our latest Video blogs and keep up-to-date with what is happening behind the scenes at Mozambik.          
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July 26, 2019

DELICIOUS BEEF CURRY

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Ingredients 8 Chopped onions 4-8 Chopped chillies 6 TBSP minced garlic 6 TBSP minced Ginger 12 TBS medium Curry Powder 3 TBS Turmeric 1 tbsp Garam masala 4Kg Beef Short Rib Salt to taste +/- 10 Chopped Tomatoes Water (+/- 2L) Potatoes cut into quarters Process Fry onions, chilies, garlic and minced ginger in oil for 10/15 mins. Add Curry Powder, Garam Marsala and Turmeric and cook for +/- 30 mins Add Salt stock, beef
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July 26, 2019

Expansion Continues

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Mozambik Restaurant Group heads for Cape Town and Lusaka as expansion momentum continues Johannesburg: One of the fastest growing restaurant brands in South Africa, Mozambik, will be opening its 7th new store in 9 months at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town in August. Thirty days later, the group will launch its first international restaurant in Lusaka, Zambia followed by 3 more stores in Gauteng. By December the company would have seen growth in
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July 26, 2019

The History of Henna

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The word Henna has its origin in the Arabic word Al-Hinna. In botanical terms it is Lawsonia Enermis, a plant which grows to be 4 to 8 feet high in hot climates and can be found in Iran, Pakistan, Syria, Persia, Morocco, Palestine, Yemen, Egypt, Uganda, Tanzania, Afghanistan, Senegal, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and India. The leaves, flowers and the twigs of the plant are ground into fine powder containing natural dying properties called tannins; the powder is then
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