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There is a restaurant in Kimberley’s Ipopeng township that uses home-grown organic ingredients to prepare traditional gourmet dishes with a cosmopolitan twist such as tripe pizza, mouth-watering oxtail and delectable chicken feet.

Fusions restaurant has been going for five years and employs four people.

Owned by Moses Mahumapelo, this beacon of African cuisine is one of the 90 small tourism businesses that will have a special showcase at the tourism indaba in Durban this month.

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