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Magazine to host image management workshop

Lerato Matheka

MASERU — Popular South African television presenter, Doris Msibi, will be the key speaker at an image management workshop to be held at Manthabiseng Convention Centre on Saturday.

The workshop is being organised by a local family magazine Finite.

A senior executive at the magazine, Solomon Lefoka, told Xpress People confirmed that Msibi will be the key speaker at the workshop.

“Doris will present different topics on image management for people who deal directly with clients at their respective organisations,” Lefoka said.

Msibi presents the programme, Forgive and Forget, on South Africa’s Etv channel.

The workshop is targeted at frontline personnel, public relations officers, marketers and sales people.

“The event is targeting people who deal with clients and are the face of their organisations, but we are not leaving behind individuals who want to boost themselves and build their image to make a lasting impression,” Lefoka said.

He added: “We will also have South African jazz and gospel star Marah Louw launching her latest album titled Marah Worships the African Way.”

The workshop will discuss topics such as grooming, dressing, and personal development.

“Most of the topics that our readers get from Finite will be covered during the workshop but this time they will be presented by a professional image consultant,” Lefoka said.

“Doris is going to cover topics like ‘How to make a first impression, personal grooming, image-makers and breakers, dressing to suit your body shape, and professional image management,” Lefoka said.

Msibi is the former president of the Association of Professional Image Consultants in South Africa.

Currently she is the deputy president of the Women in Need Foundation.

Lefoka said the event will also see local designers showcasing their designs during a fashion-show session.

“We are going to stage a fashion show in line with Doris’ presentation of dress to suit your body shape.

“Over 16 local designers have already registered to participate in the programme.’

Participants will each receive a hamper as a token of appreciation.

“We have sold over 500 tickets already,” Lefoka said.

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