Pageant still open for more entries

2016-10-05 06:00
TSHEGOFATSO MONGGAE, Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2015.

TSHEGOFATSO MONGGAE, Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2015.

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KIMBERLEY women will soon take part in the life-changing Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2016 semi-finalist leg expected to grace the city on Friday, 21 October.

A Miss Mamelodi Sundowns team of judges will be in Kimberley on the fourth stop of their nine province road trip in search of the next Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2016.

The pageant, well-known for boasting the biggest prize package in South Africa with over R2 million in prizes to be won, will see the judging team announcing the semi-finalists and selecting two contestants per province, who will each win R60 000.

The 18 provincial semi-finalists will have an equal opportunity to win the coveted Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2016 title, which also comes with prize money of R200 000 and a brand-new car.

The first princess will receive R175 000, with R150 000 going to the 2nd princess during the national final, expected to take place in December this year.

The nationwide pageant has started and is now open to all South African women between the ages of 18 and 25, but entries must be received by 5 October.

Contestants must enter on the Miss Mamelodi Sundowns website – – where they can upload their video and photographs, and complete the online entry form.

Selected semi-finalists will meet the Miss Mamelodi Sundowns team on their provincial road trip.

“Our search has begun. We encourage all young women to enter. It is an opportunity to change not only your life, but also the lives of those in your community,” said Sizwe Nzimande, general manager of Mamelodi Sundowns.

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