“I am super excited to be launching my wine brand in Joburg, it has been a journey" - Nonku Williams

Reality TV star Nonku Williams launches A2B Winery

Food, wine and a good book is exactly what is on offer as Reality TV star Nonku Williams partners with celebrity chef Sizo Henna as well as respected Historian and author Zikhona Valela at Blaque Bistro on Friday 27th May.

This trio is bringing about an exquisite lifestyle experience that will not only nourish your body but your mind. Hosted by comedian and actor Linda Majola, the event will be a gathering of great minds.

Nonku’s A2B Winery finally lands in Johannesburg and it finds home and full expression at Blaque Bistro. 

“I am super excited to be launching my wine brand in Joburg, it has been a journey and I can now say I have found the right people to partner with and I look forward to the 27th. Also, a good glass of wine with good food and an even better book to read is just the perfect combination. I strongly believe in collaboration and for Zikhona and Sizo to join forces with A2B Winery is a great honour.”

commented the Durban star.

Blaque Bistro is a black owned restaurant by celebrity chef Sizo Henna, situated in Bryanston. Sizo studied at London’s prestigious Walthamstow Forest College and has a very simple business concept:

“Do a stunning job every time”

This concept has evidently worked for him because he is very well known and keeps on getting business everywhere from politicians and business people.

Zikhona Valela is a historian and author, she has recently published her first book Now You Know How Mapetla Died: The Story of a Black Consciousness Martyr with Tafelberg Publishers. She is currently finishing her second manuscript, a short biography of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela which was commissioned by Jacana media.

Zikhona has also recently wrapped filming a campaign with Multichoice Group- a campaign they plan to launch in June 2022. Known for her history timeline on Twitter, her following has grown, making her a credible voice in historical and cultural commentary.

Tickets to the event are available at 076 989 4688 for R1200.

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