Who replaces miss SD second princess?
MBABANE - REEMS, the organiser of last year’s Miss Swaziland beauty pageant, says the girl who came fourth in the top five will replace pregnant second princess Telamsile Zubuko.
This was said by the company’s Director Thembayena Dlamini.
This comes after Zubuko confirmed allegations that she was pregnant in our newspaper yesterday. Dlamini said at the moment she cannot reveal who would replace Zubuko but said the girl who came fourth in the finals stands a greater chance.
"I cannot state who will replace her at the moment but I am sure it will be within the top five girls," she said.
She said she was still to meet with the judges to check the scores of all the girls and the one with a higher scoreline would replace Zubuko.
If Dlamini’s statement is anything to go by, Zubuko’s replacement will be between Tiyandza Dlamini and Phetsile Masilela both of whom made it to the top five but failed to win the three important titles.
Masilela could not be reached for comment on the issue as her mobile phone was off for the better part of the day. She was called three times before noon and twice after lunch.
...Tiyandza wants prizes first
MBABANE -Tiyandza Dlamini who made it to the top five wants to know what she stands to benefit should she be chosen to replace Telamsile Zubuko.
Dlamini was representing the Hhohho region and was the crowd’s favourite during eliminations and finals.
"I am not commenting on Telamsile Zubuko’s issue, all I want to know are the prizes for the finalist who will replace her," the former Vaal University of Technology student who was crowned Miss First Year, Miss International as well as Miss Vaal said. REEMS’ Thembayena Dlamini said the new second princess would receive prizes.
"She will definitely get something but I cannot divulge further as many factors are still to be taken into consideration," she said. Asked whether Zubuko would have to return the prizes she pocketed, Dlamini said it would all depend on the sponsor of those particular prizes she got.
"I will have to go back and check the prizes and the terms and conditions. That will determine if she is expected to return them," she pointed.
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