Many business in the hospitality industry have closed down because of the lockdown but not for far right, Cassandra Eichhoff, director of the Cape Town European Bartender School, who joined forces with (white t-shirt) Charne van Heerden, head bartender at The House of Machines, fellow mixologist Katlego Manyathi and The Pot Luck Club’s chef Rigo Eichhoff to create a high-quality carwash service called The Cartenders to pay their bills. They apply their hospitality skills to a high-quality carwash service. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES
Many business in the hospitality industry have closed down because of the lockdown but not for far right, Cassandra Eichhoff, director of the Cape Town European Bartender School, who joined forces with (white t-shirt) Charne van Heerden, head bartender at The House of Machines, fellow mixologist Katlego Manyathi and The Pot Luck Club’s chef Rigo Eichhoff to create a high-quality carwash service called The Cartenders to pay their bills. They apply their hospitality skills to a high-quality carwash service. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES
Friends enjoying themselves at Moja Café in Soweto after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Friends enjoying themselves at Moja Café in Soweto after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Duduza Tavern during national lockdown level 2 in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. According to lockdown level 2 regulations, taverns and bars may sell alcohol up to the 10pm curfew. Picture: Gallo Images/OJ Koloti
Duduza Tavern during national lockdown level 2 in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. According to lockdown level 2 regulations, taverns and bars may sell alcohol up to the 10pm curfew. Picture: Gallo Images/OJ Koloti
Friends enjoying themselves at Moja Café in Soweto after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2 .Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Friends enjoying themselves at Moja Café in Soweto after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2 .Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Friends enjoying themselves in Melville after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2 regulations. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Friends enjoying themselves in Melville after the reopening of bars and restaurants under lockdown level 2 regulations. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN

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