Votes fuel pride

2015-09-30 06:00
NHLANHLA MOLOI and Puseletso Maloka will represent the Basotho Kingdom at this year’s Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa competition in Durban.

NHLANHLA MOLOI and Puseletso Maloka will represent the Basotho Kingdom at this year’s Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa competition in Durban.

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QWAQWA. – There are only ten days left before the voting lines close for the 2015 Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa competition and Nhlanhla Moloi (16) and Puseletso Maloka (17), the 2015 Free State Mr and Miss Indoni Cultural South Africa dearly needs your vote.

Nhlanhla and Puseletso will represent the Basotho Kingdom while contending with the 11 other kingdoms in this year’s contest, which will be staged at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Durban Arena in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, 10 October, at 19:00.

Puseletso pleads with the Free State community to vote for her.

She promises that she will make sure no one regrets voting for her come the big day.

To vote for Nhlanhla and Puseletso sms “Indoni SOTHO” to 48496. You can vote as many times as you like. The voting line closes on 10 October at 20:00.

Puseletso tells Express Eastern Free State that she will make sure that she comes home victorious.

“I had a chance to meet the contestants during a recent photo shoot in Limpopo and none of them gave me a shock. I think I should just go there and show them what I am made of,” Puseletso says.

Puseletso, a gr. 11 learner of the Maanankoe Secondary School in the Thibella Village in Qwaqwa says her mentors have advised her to stay calm and do what she does best.

“They said I had to represent being a winner before being announced as one.”

The Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa competition is a pageant that showcases the diverse arts, culture and heritage of South African culture as interpreted through drama, music, praise singing and dance

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