Mr and Miss Gamalakhe pageant renamed

2017-01-26 06:01
PHOTO: supplied Zintle Mtanyana (left) of Albersville and Bongeka Zulu of Izingolweni invite models to enter the 2017 The Face of Port Shepstone Beauty and Lifestyle Event.

PHOTO: supplied Zintle Mtanyana (left) of Albersville and Bongeka Zulu of Izingolweni invite models to enter the 2017 The Face of Port Shepstone Beauty and Lifestyle Event.

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LOCAL township beauty pageant Mr and Miss Gamalakhe, founded­ in 2012 by PhumlaniM Foundation (PMF), has been renamed due to its success and growth over the years.

Founder Phumlani Mzobe said the pageant was initially limited to only a few communities, but from this year they aim to attract entrants from all over the district.

The pageant will now be called The Face of Port Shepstone Beauty and Lifestyle Event.

He said models from Bizana, Umzinto and Mtwalume had also shown an interest in participating in the pageant.

Mzobe said they are now looking at drawing models from all over Ugu District and neighbouring areas, including the Eastern Cape.

“We will be drawing models from Umzinto, Scottsburgh, Pennington, Dududu, Umzumbe, Umtwalume, Ray Nkonyeni, Ezingolweni and Harding,” he said.

He said the pageant is not only about beauty, it is also about showcasing­ the best in the fields of beauty, fashion, business, fitness, a healthy lifestyle and other art forms.

“We will be introducing a fashion theme this year and three image consultants­ will be dressing and styling patrons with the hope of winning a prestigious prize,” said Mzobe.

The event will also have a red carpet and photo booth at the entrance.

The pageant takes place in May, and training will be provided for first-time models.

The categories are females 13-16, 17-23 and 36 upwards and males 16-25.

Entries are open and forms can be collected in various areas, and audition­ information will be on the forms.

Forms can be collected from Nqobile­ Mkhwanazi on 072 542 0566 or Yanga Skhonza 083 973 4333, in Mthwalume, Mvikeli on 073 442 1771, Umzinto, Sne Shozi on 083 950 7202, Ezingolweni-Harding, Philile Dlamini 073 452 3234 and 36 upwards, Palesa Thwala on 062 139 9694.

For more information, contact Phumlani Mzobe on 083 871 3305 or email phumlani.president@icloud. com

Updates can be found on the PhumlaniM­ Foundation Facebook page.

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