So, you’ve made it rain all December-long, popped bottles and chilled with the big boys. You’ve wrapped up what you’ve been listening to in 2021, shared your top nine best Insta pictures and made (and then promptly broke) those dastardly New Year’s resolutions.
But now, the time has come to face the next 99 days of January with whatever is left over from that December bonus. Yes, mgerezo is back baba and it’s off to the daily grind we go.
Luckily for you, Nando’s has it sorted with a Back to Work skhaftin solve that’s sure to hit the spot, but definitely not your wallet. Indulge with lunch options for under R50 each – which include Nando’s famous flame-grilled PERi-PERi ¼ Chicken & Side or Prego & Side each for R49 and the Hotpot with Casa Pap or Spicy Rice for just R39!
Nando’s knows you have enough on your plate to deal with – from virtual meetings and deadlines lurking around every corner, to drafting business plans, applying for funding, making time to meet with your mentor and just all-round anxiety with many people heading back into offices around the country. The last thing you should be worried about is finding a decent meal that suits your budget. Living and most importantly working through a pandemic has tested so many South Africans is so many ways – be it emotional stress or financial anxiety. And in an already pressured economy, many are forced to work more than one job to make ends meet.
With budget friendly prices like these, why not treat yourself or your colleagues to lunch and keep that generous festive energy flowing?
Nontobeko Sibiya, Marketing Manager: Communications for Nando’s says, “We understand that heading back to work can often be chaotic and stressful as we try to get back into the swing of things after the festive break. Whether you’re a parent juggling school schedules and your workload, or a student with multiple deadlines, everyone has their own commitment challenges. Nando’s has taken the guesswork out of what to eat, at prices that won’t break the bank. We’re saying to South Africa, ‘Gereza ntwana, we’ll sort out iSkhaftin”.