Enter now for Matric Dance competition

2016-09-29 06:00
Simoné from Kareedouw High School.             Photo: SUPPLIED

Simoné from Kareedouw High School. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Kouga Express Miss Matric Dance competition is back and we are again looking to crown the new Miss Matric Dance for 2016.

Local matric girls who attended their matric dance can now start entering our competition and stand a chance to win fabulous prizes. There are some great prizes up for grabs this year, including fashion vouchers, a two-night stay for a family of four at an exotic location and more.

This year we are again looking for the ma-tric girl who has the complete look to become our third Miss Matric Dance.

Entrants will be judged on their overall look – including the dress, hair, make-up and accessories – so be sure to send a photo where the judges can clearly get the complete picture.

A panel of judges will choose nine (9) fina-lists at the end of the competition. The judges will also choose 10 wildcard entries and the public will have to vote for their favourite wildcard, who will make up the 10th finalist for this year’s Miss Matric Dance.

To enter matric girls can upload their photos either on our website at www.kougaexpress.co.za or they can upload it on our Miss Matric Dance competition page, which can be found on our Facebook page.

No photos that are posted on our timeline or photos that are e-mailed to us will be accepted.

Entries close at 20:00 on October 31.

A full set of rules can be viewed on our website or Facebook page.


Prizes to the total value of R8 645 are up for grabs this year.


The winner will enjoy a two-night stay for four at the farmyard cottage at Pabala Game Farm valued at R1 600.

The rustic two bedroom cottage has an open plan kitchen/lounge area opening onto a veranda overlooking Pabala Game Farm and Cockscomb Mountain Range.

She will furthermore enjoy a two-hour sunset drive for four at the Pabala Game Farm to the value of R1 400. Snacks and beverages are included.

The Kouga Express Miss Matric Dance 2016 winner will receive a Daniel Klein watch to the value of R1 395 sponsored by Gabriël Jewellers, as well as a R1 500 Pick ’n Pay voucher and a R1 000 Fountains Mall voucher.

First runner-up

The first runner-up will receive a R500 Pick ’n Pay and a R500 Fountains Mall voucher.

Second runner-up

The second runner-up, will receive a R500 Pick ’n Pay and a R250 Fountains Mall voucher.

Note: If you are struggling to find the competition on your phone or tablet, open your internet browser (eg. Internet Explorer or Google Chrome), go to Facebook and request the desktop version (not the mobile version). You should now see the full page and can enter the competition.

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