A PIETERMARITZBURG law student Tshegofatso Molefe (24) says she wants to make everyone proud as she prepares to compete for the Miss Mamelodi Sundown title at a pageant that takes place in February 2020 in Johannesburg. Molefe, who lives in Scottsville, will compete for the title as well as the cash prize of R300 000. Speaking to Echo,the Master’s law student and candidate attorney at Legal Aid South Africa said this was her second time entering Miss Mamelodi Sundown as previously she did not make it through. “I am incredibly excited for the finals. I plan to equip myself with great knowledge about the team and the brand. “I also want to prepare myself mentally and emotionally for this pageant. What I love most about this brand is that it resonates so much with who I am. “I’m a woman of diversity who is passionate about her people and country. To be part of a brand that is so male dominated yet still empowers woman is such a delight,” she said. Molefe said she started modelling when she was a little girl as she was always told that she resembles the African supermodel Alek Wek. Molefe has won numerous pageants in city, including Miss Mgungundlovu 2014, Miss Spring 2014, and Miss Edendale Mall 2014. She was also a finalist in the Justice Pageant in 2017. She also runs a non-profit organisation called The Rising Generations, which supports school girls, especially those from child-headed households.