BATAUNG MEMORIAL TOMBSTONES, the makers of innovative tombstones and creators of the world’s first braille tombstone – is celebrating 12 years of stone manufacturing this October. Established in 2004 within the border skits of Ekurhuleni in the township of Katlehong. The company has grown from strength to strength often redefining how tombstones are seen by the community at large.
“We are delighted to be joining forces with Ms Dlathu, an incredible human being who resonates with our core values of serving our people,” said Lebohang Khitsane, CEO of Bataung Memorial Tombstone.
Not only is she a popular actress on-screen, but she is a dedicated and committed person who goes out of her way to uplift others whether through her philanthropic work or on-screen performance.”
In keeping up with the 12 year milestone, the company will be running several campaigns to showcase its latest stones filled with unique technological features. In addition it will be refreshing its brand to offer stakeholders an unforgettable customer experience whilst continuing growing the business across the country.
An ecstatic Dlathu said, “I’m privileged to be joining the BATAUNG MEMORIAL TOMBSTONES’s family and looking forward to a fruitful relationships with all its stakeholders. I’ve always had a deep admiration for Buti Lebo and the work that he does. This partnership is of great importance to me and I will ensure that the company continues to touch ordinary South Africans and those in the periphery.”
Guest were spoiled with a contemporary cuisine of high tea set menu, and branded Bataung Memorial Tombstones goodie bags. Celebrity guest included Savita Mbuli, Johanna Mukoki and Basetsana Kumalo.