Will Siphokazi Mdlankomo be the next MasterChef SA?

Picture credit: MasterChefSA

John Robbie spoke to Siphokazi Mdlankomo a 39-year-old domestic worker from Cape Town about making it to the final.

A fan of cooking, Mdlankomo says it has changed her life and shown she has some flair for being on TV. When asked if she feels like a role model, Mdlankomo says that her success should serve as an inspiration for domestic workers to be seen as professionals.

You can try to replicate some of the dishes she has made on the show via her Facebook page.

Mdlankomo will square up against Roxi Wardman (26) from Durban who has impressed with her dessert making skills, something you might not imagine from someone who works as a train driver by day.

All eyes now will be on the final show to be broadcast on Thursday 11 December at 19:30 on DStv channel 101.

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