An inspirational meal with hostage survivor Monique Strydom

Pippa Hudson and six listeners were joined by Monique Strydom at Dash Restaurant in the Queen Victoria Hotel for the second of the CapeTalk and Perdeberg Wines Inspiration Sessions.

Strydom was taken captive in the Phillipines in 2000, and her story of survival is inspirational.

On 28 June, Pippa will be joined by our Perdeberg endorsed celebrity chef, Jenny Morris, who will be sharing the story of her path to success.

And you certainly don’t want to miss this inspiring afternoon of good food, good wine and inspiring conversation at Mondiall - Cape Town’s hippest restaurant situated in the V&A Waterfront and featuring a relaxed brasserie style. To stand a chance of being one of 6 listeners, simply click and enter your details.

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