Tastic Rice honours SA’s unsung heroines this heritage month

In celebration of 60 years of Tastic rice and to recognise September as the month that marks our diverse and rich culture.

Tastic inaugurated their heritage campaign dedicated to commemorating unsung heroines across all walks of life for the invaluable role that they play in society.

Tastic rice partnered with 4 iconic women to showcase little acts of kindness to South Africa and its people – the perfect partners. Noxolo Grootboom, Basetsana Kumalo in absentia, Dudu Khoza, PJ Powers and Rami Chuene confederated to call upon the nation to come together and give in abundance.


“As we celebrate Heritage month and draw inspiration from South Africa’s iconic women, it is important for us as a brand to reaffirm our country’s cultural heritage and honour the many unsung heroines who pioneer the everyday struggles to make their communities a better place through lending a helping hand.” Thembi Sehloho, Marketing Director of Pasta and Rice.

Sehloho continues to say “Giving back in a manner that brings people together comes naturally for Tastic rice, we have been an intrinsic part of our country’s heritage and celebratory moments. It is for this reason that we have officially embarked on a journey to partner with women led organizations across the country to place rice ATM’s that will supply affected areas for the month of September”

An honorary dinner took place in the evening to celebrate the central role that the invited women have played in the upliftment and the development of society in the triumph of what we call ubuntu. This beautiful celebration was attended by notable guests. Spotted was Melanie Bala, Real housewive of Durban Nonkanyiso LaConco Zuma, VS Luxury CEO Vika Shipalana, actress Maduvha Madima and many other phenomenal women.

The menu for this auspicious day was curated by female chef Beyond bread who curated a decadent Tastic inspired bill of fare. To end the spectacular red-carpet evening, guests were serenaded to the sounds of Gospel singer Brenda Mtambo, legendary Judith Sephuma and DJ Lamiez Holworthy.

For the brand perfect partnerships means in good and bad times and with all the events that have taken place in the country, Tastic believes the world would be a better place if we exude the spirit of generosity through partnering with women across the country to remind it’s people on the principles of ubuntu.

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