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Pheli, Dzeli introduce pay per read concept

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By Mbongiseni Ndzimandze - THE SWAZI OBSERVER-23-Sep-2009

Two Swazis who had been living in Canada have since returned to invest in Swaziland.

In an interview, Dlamini said they will allow their customers to read different motivational and spiritual books and they will be charged E10 per hour. “Our main aim is to heal people through reading these various books, which I can bear testimony that they are of great help,” she said.

She disclosed that while in Canada she used to work as a Chattered accountant, but left her job and came back to Swaziland, which is her parental country. She said their aim was not mostly in making money, but to demonstrate to the local people that through reading various motivational and spiritual books, life can be changed. Books that are available to be read by the public, according to Dlamini, are those that are meant to help uplift the spirit and standard of every person who is currently undergoing problems in her life.

She said their customers will be treated with juice and food while they enjoy their read within the same compound. Dlamini said they have also opened Dream juice and dream accessories for their clients.

She disclosed that while they encourage their customers to read spiritual books they also want them to eat healthy food.


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