Still jamming at Jam for Brunch

One of the co-owners of Jam for Brunch lifestyle event, Zandile Rammekwa has confirmed that they are still jamming every first Sunday of the month at Bojanala Waterfront. She said the event that was started in November 2014 by two women who met in Shanghai was still very much alive and well.
The story of Jam for Brunch (JFB) began with Basadi Dibeela and Rammekwa who changed the eventing landscape in Botswana and became an inspiration to many other foodie fair organisers. “We can’t deny the impact that Jam for Brunch has had on Botswana, yes, we didn’t invent brunch; but we have certainly made it cool again. Basadi had an idea having travelled the world attending many music and culture events, and she wanted to create a space for artists in Botswana. A culture fundi, as her social media monikers suggest, she wanted to have an event that would showcase Botswana, whether in its culinary arts, foodie culture or with its music,” said Dibeela.
In the 4 years since inception, Jam for Brunch has grown to become a concept that has made its mark and has given a stage to Botswana’s alternative performing arts.
According to Rammekwa, “Jam for Brunch has been a success largely due to the different women who have shared their talents with us, from our first graphic designer One Naledi, who also sings and was JFB’s first performer, Ncinci Moitsadi of Kwa ga Ncinci who was a resident chef for a year and a half, to the different female artists such as Mpho Sebina, Leshy Lovesong, Sasa Klaas, Kat Koi, Miss Kellz, Abigail Isa, Thato Chuma, Shekhinah that have lent their voices at some point in the 4 years,” she said adding that this month they are celebrating women this month as they prepare for the event’s 4th birthday in November.