Andile Slenge leads in Miss Heritage votes
MBABANE – Miss Swazi Wings First Princess Andile Slenge is so far leading in the Miss Cultural Heritage votes.
Slenge was by Tuesday 1pm top with 215 votes. She is representing the Hhohho region along with four girls.
She was followed by Nontsikelelo Mahlambi also representing the same region as Slenge with 105 votes.
Sibongile Dlamini, Zanele Shongwe, Thabile Dlamini and Ntombikayise Masimula had eight votes. Fikelephi Mabuza, Cebisile Mthethwa and Gcebile Shongwe from Shiselweni and Manzini regions respectively had only one vote. A total of 531 have voted since the voting process started a week ago.
The lines were sponsored by Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporations (SPTC). Pageant Director Noncedo Mbambo of Ncedos Investments, urged the public to vote and support the 20 contestants, five from each region.
She also apologised for the delay in the opening of the voting lines.
"The voting process is going well and the public has shown a lot of interest in voting for their favourite contestants who they believe is the right girl to wear the crown," she said.
Mbambo said the public can also vote online on www.miss-cultural-heritage.com.
From the 20 girls, eight will be eliminated and the remaining 12 will head to the finals. The finals will be held at Nisela Safaris which has sponsored the pageant with complimentary meals and accommodation for the finalists and on September 8 where outgoing queen, Bonisile Dlamini will hand over the crown to the next young and beautiful Swazi girl.
She said all other correspondence about the pageant will be posted on their Facebook page and website.
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