Lenyenye Born Model Reaches Mrs South Africa Semi-Final 

By Mokgadi Kgatle 
LENYENYE- As the date for the crowning of the new Mrs. South Africa draws near, the 25th Finalist Anna Mamorobela-Shezi Nkabati (31) says winning the pageant will help her to continue with the work of empowering young girls.
“I am passionate about seeing young girls transitioning into womanhood hence I started an NP0 called Girl to Woman,” Nkabati mentioned.
The Lenyenye born model was announced amongst the 25 lucky women who were selected to continue the journey as finalists for Mrs. South Africa last year November.
The top 25 finalists were mandated to embark on a journey of fundraising, networking, and self-development until the final round of judging on 18 March 2021.
Just like many models, her journey to success had rejections and disappointment.
“When I was 18-years-old, I auditioned for the Face of Africa and unfortunately I didn’t meet the requirements due to my height. “I was 0,2cm short, but won Miss Tshwane North that same year,” she said.
In a statement, Joani Johnson, CEO of Mrs. South Africa, described the pageant as “a life-changing journey for the women who enter this renowned women’s empowerment programme”
Mrs. South Africa participants are between the ages of 25 – 50 years of age and are mature, driven, and ambitious.
“They are wives, in some cases mothers, some are entrepreneurs and most are change-makers, some are businesswomen and others homemakers, but they all want the best for their families and their community,” She added
The model turned entrepreneur says her business focus is modeling, mentorship, and fashion.
“I started modeling Academy because I am passionate about teaching girls the importance of entrepreneurship so that they will be able to cater for themselves in the future”
The Mrs. South Africa winner will become an ambassador for the organisation and its sponsors and represent South Africa internationally at Mrs. World.
All proceeds of this event will go to the pageant’s official NPO, Women4Women South Africa.

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