I love the people! My patrons and I share a special bond and it makes my trade worth it.
I make sure that there is always water available so they can alternate their drinks. I also never serve to anyone who has already had too much to drink.
I decided to open my own tavern in 1994. Times were changing and I wanted to work for myself and my family to ensure a sustainable income.
A tavern is a vey lucrative business to operate in Jozini so I have no complaints!
Club 10 organised two big events, Zazise and HVP, and it really helped in marketing my business.
I encourage my patrons to order a meal from my kitchen before they start drinking. If anyone misbehaves, I am known to give spot fines.
I feel that male patrons undermine me because I am a female business owner.
It has to be house music! Not only because I play house music but because it is inspired by other amazing genres such as jazz and soul.
I am very lucky to be in an area where there are only five taverns in operation so my business is always thriving. I am also grateful to be able to offer employment to my three employees.
It was my late husband’s tavern which I inherited after his passing in August of 2016. My husband started it so we could have a family business but he was killed after he responded to a robbery at our tavern.