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Tswazis turn to car wash business

2021-07-02  Strauss Lunyangwe

Tswazis turn to car wash business
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Namibian multi-award-winning duo Tswazis has not slowed down in terms of showing their neck for hustling and making sure they stay head above water while the entertainment scene is quiet.

The duo recently opened their car wash called ‘River Vibez’ in Katutura’s Nama 10 location along Clemens Kapuuo Street, because they grew up in the area. 

They told VIBEZ! that it has always been on their minds, amongst other ideas, but now they finally got the time and resources to open the business. 

“We sometimes surprise customers by washing their cars ourselves. We are introducing vehicle fumigation services since we are dealing with Covid-19. Where it concerns especially the public transportation sector, we have special prices for taxis,” Eldazz Eldicko Geiseb revealed.

The duo is currently running an SMS competition, where lucky winners can win an all-expenses-paid house party with them, plus weekly and monthly prizes as well.

“The campaign has been going quite well, and we are pretty excited and looking forward to having the first party since we already got our first winner. But we just had to postpone it due to the Covid-19 regulations. It’s still up and running, and the public can still SMS House Party to 10010,” Terence Raxa Pieters explained.

The ‘Pray’ hitmakers said artists should also consider themselves as brands, and thus try and make something out of the little they have at their disposal. 

“There’s a whole lot one can do. Use it to one’s full advantage, capitalise on it, and be creative and innovative. Hence, we as Tswazis have been venturing into business, also trying to align our brand with corporates, amongst other things, because one can’t just depend on music alone, given this pandemic.” 

They continue working in the studio, with another exciting announcement coming in a couple of weeks.

The 2019 NAMAs Best Damara Punch winners concluded by stressing about the ongoing pandemic, saying: “Covid is real, and it’s out there. We want to reunite with you guys as soon as possible. It is real, guys, and we ought to take it seriously and abide by the regulations and directives set in place. Let’s get vaccinated. Stay home.” -

2021-07-02  Strauss Lunyangwe

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