Nomzamo Mbatha to host ‘Let’s Do Dinner’ event

Stella Artois is bringing its highly anticipated ‘Let’s Do Dinner’ event to the City of Gold, with actress Nomzamo Mbatha and media personality Katleho Sinivasan as hosts. The event promises to be an unforgettable experience, set against the backdrop of the picturesque Tables Catering venue in Auckland Park.


 

 

NOMZAMO MBATHA AND LET’S DO DINNER
Nomzamo Mbatha and Katleho Sinivasan are no strangers to the spotlight. They have graced both national and international stages with their charm and talent.

Nomzamo Mbatha, known for her role in ‘Shaka Ilembe,’ recently joined Hollywood stars, including Ludacris, Zoe Saldaña, and Matt Damon, at the first ‘Let’s Do Dinner’ event in New York, according to IOL.

The event, which supported the global charity Water.org, was a memorable experience for Nomzamo Mbatha.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Nomzamo Mbatha expressed her excitement.

“What an experience to have been here in New York at such an amazing event. It was both very meaningful and a lot of fun, and I was honoured to have been invited! I am so looking forward to hosting the event back home in SA in October, alongside Kat, and I can’t wait to see who is on the guest list.

It’s going to be a memorable night.”

As Stella Artois’ Marketing Director Marsha Kumire states, the goal of ‘Let’s Do Dinner’ is to “gather SA’s most interesting people in a grand celebration. Full of epicurean delights and transcendent performances, all imbued with that quintessential South African touch.”

LET’S DO DINNER
Expect the evening to be a blend of fine dining, lively conversations, Nomzamo Mbatha. Expect captivating performances, all designed to ignite the joy of genuine human connections.

Nomzamo Mbatha and Katleho Sinivasan as hosts, Tables Catering as the venue, and the overarching theme of celebrating human connection all contribute to the anticipation and excitement surrounding Stella Artois’ ‘Let’s Do Dinner’ event in South Africa.