Nosipho stands a chance-Local beauty queens
BY NOZIPHO MAMBA
MBABANE – A majority of local beauty queens believe that Nosipho Zwane stands a chance as they have seen her capabilities during the Miss Deaf contest in the country.
The beauty queen is currently in the Czech Republic where she will have to battle for the Miss Deaf World title among a beavy of beauties from all over the world. The event will take place tomorrow and local beauties said they believe their representative is more than capable.
Miss Swaziland Ayanda Dube said she thinks Zwane is the best candidate and believes that with the aptitude she displayed during the local contest, it’s highly likely that she will impress the judges as well.
"I can vouch for her because I was there when she was crowned Miss Deaf Swaziland and can safely say she stands a great chance," Dube said.
Miss Teen Fatima Loureiro echoed Dube’s words emphasising on her beauty. She said she believes that Zwane will raise the country’s flag high and is adamant that she will wear the crown for Swazis.
"She’s beautiful and very smart which I think places her at a great advantage in the contest. Besides, I have met her personally and from our meeting I would say Swaziland couldn’t have chosen a better queen for the international contest. I wish her all the best," she said.
Miss Teen First Princess Nosipho Ndzinisa feels that even though fear would engulf one in pageants of this magnitude, she hopes Zwane will focus on her strengths. Ndzinisa said she believes that Zwane will represent the country well as she is a talented young beauty.
"She just has to be free and comfortable. She was able to get this far, nothing can stop her now, she has to make it through and concentrate on building her strength before the finals tomorrow," she said.
Former Miss Swaziland licence holder Vinah Mamba-Gray said international pageants normally focus on three points: intelligence, structure and a sterling personality. She said if Zwane possesses all three, she foresees no problem with her snatching the Miss World Deaf title.
"We hope and pray that she wins because as a country we don’t have many international beauty competitions to look forward to. She has to bring something home just like the previous Miss Deaf," she said.
She further encouraged beauty queens to be up to date with current international affairs because international pageants normally ask questions based on what is happening globally.
Meanwhile, the beauty queen is reported to have settled in well at the event as she was seen mingling with other contestants from across the world.
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