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Covid and the interesting journey of the Milk Restaurant

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The owner of The Milk Restaurant in Khayelitsha, Siphelo Jalivane, says Covid-19 taught him important life lessons. Photo: Supplied
The owner of The Milk Restaurant in Khayelitsha, Siphelo Jalivane, says Covid-19 taught him important life lessons. Photo: Supplied

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The Milk Restaurant and Champagne Bar in Khayelitsha is right next to the equally famous Rands Cape Town shisa nyama and that is because the owners say they have a totally different clientele. More importantly, the sibling duo, Mshayi and Mfundo Mbeki, who own Rands, are also co-owners of The Milk with its founder, Siphelo Jalivane, since the venue was refurbished and re-opened in 2021.

This is after the restaurant hit a huge pothole on their journey, due to Covid-19, which derailed them and they had to close their doors in 2020.

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