Citadel Inspiration Indaba

Changing lives one chicken at a time!

Robbie Brozin and his friend Fernando Duarte, bought Chickenland back in 1987, an out-of-the-way Portuguese restaurant in Rosettenville. Chickenland served everything from fried fish to boiled eggs but the chicken, was the best Robbie had ever tasted. And, so, Nando’s was born and, along with it, one of life’s great adventures.

Brozin was one of the speakers at this year's Citadel Inspiration Indaba, he filled the stage with his boisterous personality and hilarious anecdotes of Nandos' rise to success over the years.

Watch highlights from his address here:

702's Mashudu Masutha sat down to chat to Robbie Brozin after his talk at the Inspiration Indaba, here's what he had to say:


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