Jamming for good ploughs backs

Jammers have helped grow the brand into a household name PIC: JAM FOR BRUNCH
Jammers have helped grow the brand into a household name PIC: JAM FOR BRUNCH

In 2014, two Batswana women; Basadi Dibeela and Zandile Rammekwa came together to conceptualise and event inspired by the growing worldwide trend of day food events. The arrangement now contributes to social causes.

After hosting he first event, the ladies were joined by a third partner, Game Bantsi who recognised their vision. Five years later they grew a brand that has influenced the Botswana lifestyle event scene.

Quite like it, Jam for Brunch (JFB) is still jamming five years later thanks to Batswana’s new found love for food and appreciation of live music. The event has seen the need to give back and get in touch with its community.

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