DIEPKLOOF’S Shisa Nyama Meat Meet was crowned this years’ Hinds Spices Chesa Champion.
Perfectly perched at Zone 3, the family owned chisa nyama pocketed a cool R50 000.
The campaign pitted 10- shisa nyama outlets in Soweto against each other over the two-month summer period, and Meat Meet came out tops.
“We are so happy and excited to be the first Hinds Spices Chesa Champion; we love the quality of the spices and what they have done for us here in Soweto,” says Khunou Nyakale – Owner of Meat Meet.
“My mother, Homi Nyakale started the business, and both my sister, Khothatso Mokhele and I try very hard to continue her legacy.”
Hinds Spices and its agency partners selected ten Shisa Nyama’s to form part of the Hinds Spices Chesa Championship and encouraged consumers to vote for their favourite to stand a chance to win a share of R10 000 cash vouchers.
“The aim of the campaign was to discover Mzansi’s best Shisha Nyama and give them an opportunity to showcase their flavours in partnership with Hinds Spices and claim the title of Hinds Spices Chesa Champion,” says Shevani Singh – Brand Manager for Hinds Spices, at RFG Foods.
Image (Khunou Nyakale – Son, Khothatso Mokhale – Daughter, Homi Nyakale – Mother and Owner and Shevani Singh, Brand Manager for Hinds Spices at RFG).