Former car guard Vusi Kunene became a Taste Master
Taste Master, Vusi Kunene tells us about his inspiring story of going from car guard to becoming a sushi king.
Have you answered the call to the be the next Taste Master and resident chef on Afternoon Express?
Record yourself preparing a dish, tell us why you’re a Taste Master, upload it on Twitter or Instagram using #TheTasteMasterSA and #StartWithAStella and you could be what they are looking for!
But what makes a Taste Master? And what does it take to be a Taste Master? We have met up with Joburg’s Vusi Kunene - founder of the first black owned Sushi bar “Blackanese”.
The search for The Taste Master brought us to Maboneng. Through determination and ambition former car guard Vusi Kunene became a Taste Master. After opening Blackanese, the Rooftop BBQ in trendy Maboneng is his latest success.
Vusi’s crew included jazz singer, actress and private chef Lucia Mthiyane, host of SudayswithGwej, Themba Gwejela and Stella Artois’ Beatrice Marfleet.
Do you have the skill to create unforgettble occasions which go beyond good good and good vibes? Enter The Taste Master SA now!
To Enter: Record a video telling The Taste Master why you'd be perfect for the Afternoon Express team.
Upload it on Twitter or Instagram with #TheTasteMasterSA & #StartWithAStella.
Entries close 22 Oct. Ts&Cs apply thetastemaster.co.za
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20 Kruger Street
246 Main Street, Maboneng Precinct
7 McCausland Crescent, Umhlanga, Durban