Meet Amanzimtoti Fever’s new team

2018-06-20 06:00
The Amanzimtoti Fever team (from left) Felicity Van Tonder, Purnal Poonusamy and Samantha Davis.PHOTO: Kalisha naicker

The Amanzimtoti Fever team (from left) Felicity Van Tonder, Purnal Poonusamy and Samantha Davis.PHOTO: Kalisha naicker

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THE newest addition to the editorial staff of Amanzimtoti Fever, is journalist Purnal Poonusamy, who has been in the industry for the past six years. Her spark for writing was ignited in her high school English classroom, and her passion for writing helped her in her decision to pursue and cultivate it into a fully-fledged career in journalism. It would be Poonsusamy’s greatest pleasure and honour to not only get to know the residents of this beautiful seaside community, but to learn the stories close to their heart and to relate them in the most engaging way possible.

The second addition to the Fever team is sales representative Felicity Van Tonder.

Having been in the sales industry for her entire career, Van Tonder has a forthcoming and open personality and a strong passion for working with people. Her organisational skills, and ability to work as a team player, will make her an excellent affiliate to the businesses in the community. Having married a former Amanzimtoti resident, Van Tonder is well versed in the area as she spends a lot of her time here.

The other half of the sales team is Samantha Davis, who has been with the Amanzimtoti Fever for the past eight months. In her 25 years of being a sales representative in various areas, Davis has found that the community of Amanzimtoti has been the most pleasant and open in terms of relationship building, a trait that inspires her to engage further with the community. Davis, who is also a people’s person, finds her career path to be challenging and exciting in the best of ways, and hopes to continue to grow with the community.

To meet the team, or to offer leads for articles or adverts, contact them on 031 903 9481.

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