Win an Original South African Artwork

11 January 2017

Nando’s is passionate about celebrating South African creativity. Our restaurants have become 21st century galleries which bring beauty and inspiration to our guests.

Now  Nando’s for the first time ever is inviting you to stand a chance to own one of these original artworks and join us in supporting South African talent.

To stand the chance to win one of 24 art prizes, all you have to do is:

1. Buy our delicious ¼ chicken, any side and a 330ml Liqui-Fruit

2. SMS #NandosArt, your name and e-mail address to 32141

3. Keep your slip as proof of payment

4. Winners will be able to select the artwork of their choice from a preselected selection of pieces

5. Display your artwork for all to admire 

Click here to view the terms and conditions

It’s time for a sipdown at Nando’s

22 February 2016


It’s time for a Sipdown at Nando’s.

Simply click through to the site to start creating your invite. All you have to do is pick the designer drink that gets your taste buds dancing, your favourite local Nando’s, and the best company you have. They will receive your invite on Facebook and every invite you create will give you the chance to win cool prizes.

We’re giving away 15 nights of fun, you could win a R400 Nando’s meal voucher and movie tickets for you and your 3 friends!

Not that you need an excuse to enjoy these addictively delicious designer drinks but a lil somethin’somethin’extra never hurt anyone.

Click here to set your Sipdown and enter the competition now! 

For full terms and conditions click here

Art event of the year - Nando’s Broken Monsters Charity Art Exhibition

4 November 2015



It’s the season of caring, sharing and celebrating and the art event of the year embodies that in the most beautiful way. At the Nando’s Broken Monsters Charity Art Exhibition you can buy one amazing original framed South African artwork as a gift for a loved one (yourself included in that description) for R1 500, and that entire amount will be used to give 150 amazing illustrated South African children’s books to children in need in South Africa. That alone could make this the most meaningful art exhibition of the year, but the layers of innovative creative collaboration and generosity that lie behind and ahead of this exhibition make it one you can only fall in love with.

Click here to read more.