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  • n. A spicy African vegetable relish traditionally served with bread, pap, samp, stews, and curries.


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  • Kalahari Moon of St Nicholas market will be supplying traditional South African treats such as chakalaka and Boerewors, where as Afro Delight and Glens (two well loved St Paul's eateries) will be supplying Jamaican grub

    Indymedia Ireland

  • Ndlovu's speciality are thick sausages known as wors and a spicy home-made relish called chakalaka that he buys in bulk a day before the match.

    iac world news feed

  • An irresistible chakalaka of religion, politics, patriotism and soccer mania is simmering as we take our seats.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • Top it off with South Africa's salsa, chakalaka, made by finely chopping tomatoes, onions and small green chilis and then lettingthem sit in vinegar, olive oil and salt.

    Brudirect News1

  • We have biltong and boerewors, pap and vleis, curry and rice and samoosas and rotis and chakalaka.


  • Dance music blared from speakers and the birthday girl’s aunts began dishing overflowing mounds of food onto plates: chicken, beef, rice, pap, chakalaka a spicy salad made of cooked vegetables, mashed beetroots, mashed potatoes.

    No Place Left to Bury the Dead


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  • Pap is good. Samp, I don't know from.

    March 4, 2011