Some delicious indigenous South African food

More variations of some of South Africa most popular indigenous dishes are being prepared at family gatherings.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to resident chef, Lesego Semenya, shares some of his own recipes while highlighting the importance of keeping old traditions with some dishes.

Listen to the conversation below:

...there's twists and things that you can add to traditional food nowadays and make it more interesting,

Lesego Semenya, chef

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