THE GEORGE’S FACELIFT
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,
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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.
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