It was all pomp and glamour as Rootz Boutique Spa celebrated its sixth anniversary last week.
Quests were dressed up in evening gear in celebration of what Rootz Boutique spa means for beauty in our area.
The Rootz website states the following, ”We provide guests with a tranquil setting where guests can enjoy true pampering allowing us to take you back to your Rootz,” and looking at the Boutique it projects just that. A wonderful place of relaxation and pampering.
Andile Mntungwa (owner of Rootz Boutique Spa) said in her welcoming speech that she wanted to thank God. “I want to thank God,” she said, “I truly believe that there is nothing special about me, I feel all of this is just the favour of God in my life.”
“Growing up, I’ve always loved beauty,” said Andile, “I used to attend a few beauty pageants and loved everything beauty.”
“I always said, a bit shy at times that I wanted to become Miss South Africa. I thought that it was a real career.”
Andile did beauty part-time while following her career as an engineer, all the time doing beauty courses. She also opened a little spa at home only to realise that one cannot work two jobs and had to make a decision when the opportunity for Rootz Boutique Spa came up.
“I grabbed it with both hands and ran with it. It was always my dream to be here.”
Vaneshrie Chetty Marketing Manager at Graceland said that “Andile added a little spice to the Boutique.”
“We are quite honoured to have the added value of Rootz at Graceland.”
Fofo Lerefolo, CEO Jalang Peo Media, was a guest speaker at the celebrations. Fofo has an impressive journalism history even being stationed in Palestine.
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She said that she travels far to be pampered by Rootz Boutique Spa. “The staff will always go the extra mile for their customers.”
Congratulations from all of us at The Bulletin on the sucess of Rootz Botique Spa. We hope to cover many more events such as this.