Beauty queens crowned at Lions Show

2015-07-23 06:00
Miss South Coast, Nothile Mkhize (centre), flanked by her princesses Sharnelle Wagner (second princess) and Payal Ramlall (first princess).PHOTO: sean van tonder photography

Miss South Coast, Nothile Mkhize (centre), flanked by her princesses Sharnelle Wagner (second princess) and Payal Ramlall (first princess).PHOTO: sean van tonder photography

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AFTER a week of activities, pampering and charity work, the beautiful finalists of the Miss South Coast took to the stage at the South Coast Lions Show on Saturday.

Dance and musical numbers by Elvira Venter Dance School and singing by the 2011 Miss South Coast, Cherie Muller, added extra sparkle to the pageant.

Nothile Mkhize was crowned Miss South Coast and won a Ford Fiesta sponsored by County Ford for a year, jewellery by CP Moldt’s Jewellers and a photoshoot sponsored by Sean van Tonder Photography.

Sharnelle Wagner and Payal Ramlall were named first and second princesses respectively. Tarusha Gounder was named Miss Charity, Melissa Rothman was voted Miss Congeniality and Gal-Lee Tal was named Miss Photogenic.

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