Thu 21 May 2015, 12:00
MultiChoice Botswana decided to reward some of the hardest working ladies in the media with a day of pampering at Camelot Day Spa.
Chasing deadlines, investigating newsworthy stories and taking care of a home and children is definitely a juggling routine that deserves ample reward. That is why MultiChoice Botswana decided to reward some of the hardest working ladies in the media with a day of pampering at Camelot Day Spa.
Hosted by the PR and Publicity Executive of MultiChoice Botswana Thembile Legwaila, Petula El-Kindy of Gabz-FM, Tlotlo Lemmenyane of The Telegraph, Thabiso Simmery of Gabz FM, Tryphinah Dongwana of Weekend Post and Beata Kasale of The Voice all gathered at one of Botswana’s premier spa facilities. The purpose of the event was not only to enjoy massages, manicures and pedicures, but more importantly to discuss DStv’s latest value-adds, MultiChoice Botswana’s services and the general state of the media industry in Botswana.
It was a light-hearted informal round table set-up where the ladies were given an opportunity to share their opinions and give vital feedback on the product and service that DStv and MultiChoice provides. As building relationships and communication are crucial to success in any industry, MultiChoice promises to continue hosting similar sessions where feedback is encouraged and invited in an effort to improve on their levels of service.
MultiChoice would like to thank Camelot Spa and The Grand Palm for an afternoon that could not have been more perfect than it was! Everyone deserve a little extra pampering now and then, and mixing business with pleasure, in this instance, is not always such a bad idea.
View our gallery of fun from the spa with MultiChoice Botswana.