Observer on Saturday - - Lifestyle -

is­ten­ing to clients is one of the most im­por­tant at­tributes an or­gan­i­sa­tion could have. As they say ‘the cus­tomer is al­ways right’. The Ge­orge Ho­tel de­cided to do just that and gave their beauty room a make-over by get­ting their clients a brand new gym.

Speak­ing to To­bie Motsa, the Gen­eral Man­ager of The Ge­orge Ho­tel, she said that ren­o­vat­ing is al­ways add value to the com­pany. “We re­cently saw our neigh­bours ren­o­vate and we de­cided to upgrade as well,

but be­sides

(Laugh­ing) Maskandi mu­sic was in­grained in me by my sis­ter whom I share a mother with. Growingup,she­caused metolis­tento maskandi mu­sic from her

ear­phones that there has been a need for gym at the ho­tel, we all know that most ho­tels have gyms so we also de­cided to meet that need,” said Motsa.

The gym is still small but they are hop­ing to ex­tend it as time goes on. Motsa also said they are ex­cited to fi­nally give their clients what they have been ask­ing for.

Nomsa Dlamini, who is the beauty ther­a­pist at the ho­tel, also said they were happy about the ad­di­tion be­cause gym goes hand in hand with beauty. “Be­sides the fa­cials, man­i­cure and pedi­cures we now have a gym where peo­ple can ex­er­cise to keep fit and come to our side to get pam­pered. We will and this made me in­stantly fall in love with this mu­sic genre. I de­cided there­after to pur­sue maskandi mu­sic as my sec­ond love af­ter ed­u­ca­tion. At Mang­wa­neni Pri­mary School in 2015 when I met like-minded class­mates who I later col­lab­o­rated with on a few tracks. We would use breaks and lunch hours as well as week­ends to make mu­sic as we didn’t want the side ca­reer to in­ter­fere with our ed­u­ca­tion. be work­ing to­gether to make sure our clients are­hap­pyandwear­e­soex­cited,”saidDlamini.

The gym is sit­u­ated where the beauty spa use to be and the mas­sage room has moved to a sin­gle room. The ho­tel also ren­o­vated their steam rooms. “I am hop­ing the clients will be happy about the en­tire con­cept be­cause we are ex­cited about it,” added Dlamini.

She also said they were look­ing into us­ing nat­u­ral projects for the beauty spa to en­sure that they give clients the best treat­ment. Look­ing at the new place, you feel the warmth of the ho­tel and clients were happy about the new place as they came in their num­bers for the open­ing of the gym. But the turn­ing point was in 2016 when I met Mtha­theni in Mba­bane who took me to a stu­dio in Matsapha where the likes of Mcway­izeni Nt­shangase recorded their mu­sic.

Im­fezi Em­nyama from Msinga in SA. I’m also in­debted to Za­mani Phiri from Ng­wenya who has as­sisted me since I de­buted in 2016. He owns the Tem­per­nic Mu­sic Pro­duc­tions at Ng­wenya where I stay and en­sured my mu­sic is qual­ity. For that, I’m so grate­ful to him. en­cour­age each other and are look­ing for­ward to the JC re­sults next year as our motto has re­mained ‘ed­u­ca­tion first’ over the years. We ac­knowl­edge that with­out ed­u­ca­tion, one is use­less in this chal­leng­ing world.

Not at all as al­luded to above. This is be­cause of the ap­pre­ci­a­tion that ed­u­ca­tion is a pri­or­ity to me and the mu­sic ca­reer a sec­ond choice. Af­ter all, I’m an or­gan­ised per­son who pur­sues the mu­sic craft dur­ing hol­i­days and my spare time.

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