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Nthatisi Moraloge

Nthatisi Moraloge

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A Bloemfontein-born contestant, Nthatisi Moraloge, is one of the top 100 semifinalists vying for the prestigious crown of Mrs South Africa 2017.

The semifinalists were announced recently in Johannesburg.

They will compete at the semifinal event, held from 26 to 28 April in Johannesburg.

Only the 25 contestants who will be selected here will continue the journey to vie for the coveted crown of Mrs South Africa.

Moraloge matriculated from the Navalsig High School in 2001. She was first princess of Miss Navalsig in 2001 and finalist for Miss Bloem Show.

Moraloge furthered her studies at the then Technikon Free State, now known as the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) where she completed a national diploma in Marketing.

She moved to Pretoria in 2005 to further her studies.

Despite living in Gauteng due to work, Moraloge states she is a proud Free Stater, carrying the hopes of the province in the pageant.

She asks that the people of the Free State support her by voting for her, to increase her chance of qualifying for the next round and being one of the 25 finalists.

To vote for her, visit the Mrs South Africa Facebook page, MrsSouthAfrica, and like the page. Go to the photo page, scroll down to her photo and like it.

Readers can also SMS “Nthatisi Moraloge” to 35959. Free SMSs do not apply.

The Mrs South Africa pageant is for married women between the ages of 24 and 49. It offers married South African women who have real-life careers, families and hobbies the chance to compete for the prestigious crown.

Moraloge looks beyond winning the title and believes winning it will enable her to unlock other avenues, not only in terms of self-enrichment, but also for empowering young girls.

“I entered Mrs South Africa to meet amazing and successful women who would inspire and encourage me to work harder and achieve greater things in life, as well as change the lives of other people,” says Moraloge.

She is involved in a charity ­programme through a non-profit organisation called the Sow a Seed Foundation, which supports a children’s home in Mamelodi.

The foundation which she runs with her husband, Tshepo Moraloge, provides food and clothing and hosts fun-filled children’s programmes, as well as motivational talks for learners.

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