‘YOUNG LADIES WITH HEART’ search under way

2015-08-26 06:00
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ORGANISERS of the campaign to find Pietermaritzburg’s “Young Ladies with Heart”, run in association with the Liberty Midlands Mall, are delighted to report that the call for nominations was well received by schools.

The campaign visited 13 schools in the Pietermaritzburg area.

“The schools were asked to nominate Grade 11 pupils who are making a difference in their community, so it is a very special set of young ladies we were looking for. We received quality nominations from 12 schools and are proud to announce the following 20 semi-finalists,” said campaign administrator, Lara Edmonds.

1. Melokuhle Ndolovu (Kharina Secondary)

2. Llywelyn Dumakude (Kharina Secondary)

3. Minenhle Msimango (Silver Heights Secondary)

4. Nosipho Nxumalo (Silver Heights Secondary)

5. Nobesuthu Msiya (Silver Heights Secondary)

6. Minenhle Zuma (Haythorne High)

7. Seamone Ximba (Haythorne Secondary)

8. Mandisa Madladla (Russell High)

9. Oyama Mbulula (Russell High)

10. Yolanda Zulu (Alexandra High)

11. Tara Oldfield (St John’s DSG)

12. Emma Anderson (St John’s DSG)

13. Jessica de Wet (St John’s DSG)

14. Nomvelo Mntambo (Grace College)

15. Shamentha Naidoo (Raisethorpe Secondary)

16. Alyha Martin Lewis (Maritzburg Christian)

17. Chantel Rall (Linpark High)

18. Willa Geldenhuys (Voortrekker Hoërskool)

19. Leandra Wiid ((Voortrekker Hoërskool)

20. Nolungelo Charity Dlamini (Northbury Park Secondary)

The semi-finalists will be invited to an interview and enrichment workshop on 12 September followed by a community visit and gala dinner where the winner will be announced.

The campaign focuses on community service and this year the young ladies will be united in outreach for the Mama Ntombi Community Project (MNCP), supported by the Community Chest.

“Each young lady will be challenged to call her school to support her cause with donations of food stuffs, second- hand clothing, books and toys in a campaign called ‘Open your Hearts and Fill the Chest’,” said Ursuhla Govender. - Supplied


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