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Dynamic Elias Moduka at the helm as General Manager at Mmabatho Palms

Friday, February 14, 2020

Mmabatho Palms Hotel, Casino and Convention Resort has welcomed Elias Moduka as its new General Manager, responsible for overseeing the smooth-running of the overall resort operations.

The humble and always-focused Moduka began his career in the hospitality industry over 20 years ago, working at a prominent South African resort hotel chain. Here he gradually grew within the industry, having initially started working as a waiter, driven by his love and passion for the hospitality and gaming industries. Formerly the General Manager at Khoroni Hotel, Casino and Convention Resort, another Peermont resort, Moduka’s ambition and eagerness to tackle any challenge equipped him with the required hands-on experience in gaming, food and beverage, surveillance, hotel operations and VIP services, for the General Manager position at Mmabatho Palms.

“I intend on applying the skills and knowledge I have gained over the years towards fulfilling Peermont’s vision to own and operate a leading portfolio of gaming and hospitality properties,” says Moduka. “By engaging with employees to inspire collaboration, we can ensure our visitors are happy; superior customer service is key. I would ideally like our customers to feel as though they are at their second home when they visit the resort. This is a step closer towards solidifying Mmabatho Palms’ position on the map and realising Peermont’s vision.”

Moduka will continue to establish solid relationships with group stakeholders, staff, guests, unions, shareholders and community leaders within the organisation. He will also oversee sub-divisions within the property to ensure they are run in the most efficient way possible and that they meet the requirements of the larger Peermont Group. Moduka says he will also ensure the sustainability of the business through management of costs in a controlled and structured manner.

Mmabatho Palms is a Peermont resort. For more information on Mmabatho Palms, visit www.mmabathopalms.co.za.

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