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Compete for crown

A COMBINATION of brains and beauty will be the requirement to crown this year’s Macufe Miss Glamorous.

Altogether 15 young women will battle it out at a beauty pageant which forms part of the Macufe series of events.

Miss Glamorous Free State is a provincial beauty pageant established in 2014 under the Dipalesa Pitchov Foundation. Dipalesa Mbola represented the Free State in Miss South Africa 2014. The foundation works with the youth, particularly young women. The pageant was established to celebrate the beauty that the province has to offer. The pageant also seeks to encourage young women to be more than just beautiful faces, it encourages girls to take education as their weapon to face the world’s challenges.

The pageant is open to young women wishing to further their studies, any girl from the Free State between the ages of 18 and 27 and is open to girls who are not engaged, been married, divorced or have had a marriage annulled and also to have never been pregnant or have a child.

The 15 finalists were chosen based on their articulation, confidence, vision and people’s skills.

The finalists are Asante Moteane (Bloemfontein), Charlotte Moremoholo (Sasolburg), Dineo Mokhehle (Botshabelo), Keitumetse Tinte (Qwaqwa), Kgomotso Lephoi (Bloemfontein), Lindiwe Nhlapo (Odendaalsrus), Matshidiso Thateng (Kroonstad), Mbali Mngomezulu (Welkom), Mc-Bride Mnisi (Bloemfontein), Olorato Malotle (Brandfort), Princess Mahlangu (Qwaqwa), Refilwe Molefi (Fouriesburg), Rito Grace Madingana (Welkom), Sabile Mofokeng (Sasolburg) and Thakane Bereng (Bloemfontein). The reigning Miss Glamorous Free State, Boingotlo Mankayi, crown this year’s queen at an event to be held at the Bloemfontein Showgrounds on Saturday (03/10) at 18:00

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