South African's are big fans of braais (sounds like: bry-s) which you guys will know as BBQs.
In my city though, the local "delicacy" are bunny-chows, which is a hot/spicy Indian curry, served in a hollowed out loaf of bread, and eaten with the hands if you're up to the challenge (It's a bit of an art)
They are most commonly a mutton curry, but Chicken, Prawn and Bean varieties exist as well, as some of our Indian cultures can't always eat meat for religious reasons which means the Beans (which are also cheap) are the second most commonly available variety.
We have a large Indian population (the largest Indian population in the world outside of India), which came from indentured labour which sugar-cane farmers bought out from about 1860-1911 and many stayed after their contracts were up and settled.
During our Apartheid years, populations were segregated, so these Indian labourers would buy meals from restaurant' windows which they had to take away, and packaging being very limited back then, their curries were often sold to them in hollowed out loaves of bread and so this meal has become a favourite with South Africans, and in particular us Durbanites.