Vote for local talent

2016-04-20 06:00
Thandeka Mimi Khuboni Photo: supplied

Thandeka Mimi Khuboni Photo: supplied

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KwaDukuza residents Thandeka Mimi Khuboni and Simphiwe Dlamini are hoping they receive crowning glory on Saturday, April 30 at the 2016 Dairymaid Mr, Miss and Miss Junior uShaka Marine World hosted at the Dolphin Stadium, uShaka Sea World.

ML Sultan Secondary School pupil, Thandeka is vying for the title of Miss Junior uShaka Marine World while aspiring male model Simphiwe is chasing the title of Mr uShaka Marine World.

This year’s pageant offers prizes and cash totaling R50 000.

The winners will also be included in uShaka Marine World’s advertising campaigns throughout the year and will be invited to attend all their high profile events for one year as well as go through to the semi-finals of the Mr and Miss South Africa Pageant due to take place later this year.

In order for the local stars to stand a chance to win they need the support of the community in the form of sponsorships and Facebook likes.

To help Thandeka and Simphiwe go to the uShaka Marine World Facebook page, find the Mr, Miss and Miss Junior Ushaka Marine World finalists album and LIKE Thandeka's and Simphiwe’s photograph.
If you are interested in sponsoring Thandeka or Simphiwe call 062 620 8617.

All the semi-finalists chosen will also go through to the Facebook category where they will encourage supporters to vote for their photo on uShaka Marine World’s Facebook page.

All likes received on their photo until 28 April at midnight will go towards the selection of Mr and Miss Photogenic.

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