Near the bus terminus in Nyanga, a well-known place called Inyanaenyongo sells fresh lamb meat. Inyanaenyongo is a row of braai stands situated at the corner robots of Zwelitsha Drive and Sithathu Avenue. It is popular with Somalis, taxi drivers, and people who want cheap and fast braai lamb.
Braai chicken sold at a stand at Ace Groova Park in Khayelitsha. Photo by Joyce Xi.
Ace Groova Park in Litha Park, Khayelitsha, is popular with youngsters who enjoy a lifestyle of partying. It is open during weekdays, but gets more vibey on the weekends, when braai parties take place and DJs and other local artists entertain the patrons.
A vendor braais meat near the Khayelitsha train station. Photo by Joyce Xi.
Outside the Khayelitsha train station, there are numerous vendors who sell braai meat daily. Many people who use the train pass by these vendors to buy a quick snack. These vendors cater well to people on the go, because the meat is always ready.
A man sells braai meat near the Khayelitsha train station. Photo by Joyce Xi.
Braai chicken feet from a Nyanga street vendor. Photo by Joyce Xi.
Braaied chicken feet are among the cheapest braai meats in the township and are very popular with school kids and the unemployed. This vendor is known for selling the best braai chicken feet in Nyanga.
A worker prepares a variety of braai meats at Maphindi’s in Nyanga. Photo by Joyce Xi.
Maphindi’s butchery is well known in the township. People from many areas in Cape Town come for the quality meat and township social scene.
Source : GroundUp