Discovery Vitality rewards have changed, find out what they offer now

You might be wondering why you are not getting some of your Discovery vitality rewards anymore.

Well, they have changed.

Azania Mosaka spoke to Head of Vitality Wellness Dr Craig Nossel about the latest changes and why they make these changes yearly.

Every year we come up with new innovation and our focus is to try and keep people healthy.

Dr Craig Nossel, Head of Vitality Wellness 

Our challenge is keeping it relevant and making sure people maintain their level of activity and even increasing that.

Dr Craig Nossel, Head of Vitality Wellness 

Discovery has also opened up its weekly Vitality Active Rewards and Vitality Drive programmes until December.

They are calling this the Vitality Open to incentivise anyone to get active and drive well.

Listen to the full interview below...


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