Taking her space in the restaurant business

Updated: Sep 25

By Kamogelo Seekoei



IT WAS her love for fine dining that got restaurant owner, Daisy Letwaba, to her current venture.

Even before you set foot inside Just Cuban, a new addition to Pretoria’s fine dining venues, one can already tell that the experience is going to be mind blowing.

The carpet is already laid out for patrons so one feels important even before meeting the first person at the door.

By the time you open your car door, someone is already attending to you, so the service level instantly exceed expectations.

This was the first impression that Ignited Woman team summed up when we visited the restaurant.

The interior décor is impressive and gives the restaurant a premium feel.

You know the food is going to be delicious because they have to match the service and the look of the restaurant.

The owner of Just Cuban, Daisy Letwaba, is just as impressive as her establishment.

The Pretoria based restaurateur pays all respect for her ambition and success to her grandmother, whom she says did everything to ensure that she becomes the woman she is today.

The mother of three and wife of National Lotteries Commission, Chief Operations Officer, Phillemon Letwaba,who hails from Marapyane inMpumalanga, today owns a restaurant in the heart of Hatfield in the country’s capita Pretoria.

“The values she instilled in me have lost no relevance to date,” says Daisy, who is a Human Resource Management graduate from the University of South Africa.

“Nontheless, running business(s) has always been an ideal rooted within the depths of my very heart. Today, I have a very good story to tell because I amounted to a businesswoman -  theMost High converted my idealism to realism,” she says.


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