To help South Africans get up, get going and achieve their goals this year, MTN is offering all South Africans the chance to win one of 12 digital makeovers – and it starts today!
It’s called The Go Show and it will air each week on the eTV Morning Show from 15 April 2021 to 15 June 2021 – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
The show ambassadors, known as the “Go-Getters” – Riky Rick, Pabi Moloi, Redi Tlhabi and William Lehong – have been armed with a range of MTN consumer and business products, services and complementary devices, hardware, software and other items, and will be visiting lucky winners across the country from 4 May until 11 June to set them up to succeed in 2021.
South Africans need to simply watch The Go Show and follow @MTNza on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to enter themselves, or nominate a small business or community cause to win an all-inclusive digital makeover!
— MTNza (@MTNza) April 14, 2021
It’s easy. Log on to @MTNza and tell The Go-Getters through a video nomination or a simple post, why a digital makeover is needed. Remembering to tag @MTNza and use #TheGoShow.
“South Africans have lost so much, personally and professionally last year. Many of us felt as though we had to put our lives on hold,” explains MTN SA’s Executive for Corporate Affairs, Jacqui O’Sullivan.
“What it did make us realise though, is that even if we’re stuck at home, through MTN’s technology, connectivity and ecosystem, we can still get started on the road to success. Through The Go Show we’re offering an opportunity for South Africans to win the digital equipment and connectivity they need to match their self-motivation and enable them to make the most of the opportunities in front of them – whatever they may be,” she continues.
Whether you’re working on your side hustle, a small business in need of a boost, or you know of a community that is struggling while trying to progress – The Go Show is for you.
“We’re very excited to help South Africans achieve their goals this year. Whether it’s a personal goal like a home office, a small business in need of hardware to get going or a community cause that we can uplift, we’ve got the digital services, devices and connectivity solutions to help South Africans succeed at whatever they set their minds to,” concludes O’Sullivan.