IF the mob spends money at Malibongwe Restaurant
THEN 30% of the revenue will be used to make Malibongwe Restaurant a more environmentally sustainable business.
19 May 2012
11:00AM - 03:00PM
2 Mthawelanga St
Cape Town 7784, South Africa
This Carrotmob was organised by Climate Smart Cape Town (CSCT), an initiative driven by the Cape Town Climate Change Coalition (CTCCC). The CTCCC consists of thirty member organisations made up of government departments, businesses, tertiary and research institutions, as well as NGO’s both local and international. The goal is to help reduce carbon emissions in Cape Town, to mitigate and especially to adapt to the impacts of climate change, and protecting and enhancing the natural, cultural, social and economic environment. CSCT was also responsible for Africa’s first Carrotmob held in November 2011, after which a commitment was made to organise the next Carrotmob in one of Cape Town’s townships in the metro southeast. Restaurants from Langa, Khayelitsha and Gugulethu were considered, with the winning bid coming from Malibongwe Restaurant in Khayelitsha.
You are invited to participate in the Carrotmob by booking (+2721 361 6259 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for a meal on the 19th of May between 11:00 and 15:00 and coming to enjoy a delicious set menu featuring traditional township dishes. We can guarantee wonderful food, local music, interesting people and all-in-all a unique township experience!
Directions to the venue: from the N2, take the M44/Mew Way exit (exit 25) towards Khayelitsha. Drive approximately 4 km to where Mew Way crosses Spine Road – the restaurant is located in the Lookout Hill tourism centre on the southeast corner of the crossing, with access to the parking area situated in Spine Road. Secure parking will be available.
Specifically, Malibongwe will:
1) switch to energy-efficient light bulbs,
2) set up a system to use organic waste generated by the restaurant to an urban agriculture project in a low-income area in Cape Town,
3) provide environmental awareness training to their staff, and
4) spread the word about sustainability to their local community.
About Malibongwe Restaurant:
Malibongwe Restaurant is one of the best eating out places in the Townships of the Cape Flats, and is situated in the Lookout Hill Tourism Facility on the foot of the famous Lookout Hill sand dunes. It’s not difficult to fall in love with the charming African style decoration of Malibongwe’s; it is a simple yet stylish little restaurant decorated with African art and artefacts to create an atmosphere representing African culture. The excellent African menu offers a delightful combination of dishes made with a passion for ethnic cuisine by experienced chefs who take pride in offering the best service to all Malibongwe clients. Additional services provided by Malibongwe Restaurant include product launches, conferences, spit braais, catering, corporate gifts and workshops.
MALIBONGWE RASTAURANT CONTACTS:
LOOKOUT HILL COMPLEX: Located on the corner of Spine Rd and Mew Way. From the N2, take the Mew way exit and drive south towards Khayelitsha. From Baden Powell Rd, turn into Swartklip Rd and then right into Spine Rd.
For reservations please contact:
Ntsiki Ndzishe 083 363 8635 or Noluthando Ndzishe 083 516 6080
Fax: 086 663 9901
Email:email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
MON-THURS: 9am – 10pm
FRI -SAT: 9am – till morning dawn
SUN: 10am – 10pm- South African Traditional Sunday Lunch
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