Freshlyground’s energetic performance at the Jazz Cafe on Sunday had the crowd jumping like teenagers at Glastonbury. Songs such as ‘Nomvula’, ‘I’d Like’, and ‘The Man Moves’, ending with 2010 World Cup hit ‘Waka Waka’ had us singing, dancing and clapping from the balcony to the front row.
The London dinner on Nelson Mandela’s birthday was inspired by a House of Commons Tribute Book of messages to Mandela started in 1999 by Nic Careem. This book now contains over 700 handwritten messages, from Prime Ministers and Presidents to world famous celebrities, musicians and corporate leaders and will be presented to the people of South Africa during the dinner.
The children of Education Africa, specially flown in from South Africa, stole the hearts of the Mayor of Camden and patrons at Shaka Zulu restaurant.
Guests at Shaka Zulu’s African birthday bash sipped champagne and cocktails and sampled dishes such as Zebra Fillet, Crocodile and Springbok Potije and Chicken and Apricot Sosaties.
Want to spoil your dad for Father’s Day? Shaka Zulu is offering a special African themed lunch menu on Sunday 16 June.