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Reinvention: How two SA entrepreneurs thrived despite the pandemic

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Makers Landing at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, opened late last year, supports food entrepreneurs across the spectrum of South African flavours. Picture: Supplied
Makers Landing at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, opened late last year, supports food entrepreneurs across the spectrum of South African flavours. Picture: Supplied

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Makers Landing at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, opened late last year, supports food entrepreneurs across the spectrum of South African flavours. It includes a kitchen incubator as well as a demo kitchen and is home to the makers.

Supported by the Jobs Fund, it is a community with food as the connector and has been created to facilitate learning between entrepreneurs in the sector.

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