Miss Heritage finalist tries her luck with RSP
MBABANE – Miss Cultural Heritage contestants are not expected to seek employment at the moment.
However, one of the Miss Cultural Heritage finalists was spotted on Tuesday among the hundreds of aspiring police recruits that submitted their applications at the Royal Swaziland Police Manzini Headquarters.
She will not be identified to protect her as the pageant director, Noncedo Mbambo, made it clear that the girls were not, at this stage, supposed to be focusing on anything else but the contest.
Over 1 000 aspiring police officers crammed the Manzini RSP Headquarters to submit their application forms for the recently advertised posts.
The service had announced that it would recruit 130 aspiring officers.
Our journalists spotted the beauty finalist in the long queue that stretched from the regional headquarters offices all the way to the stores opposite Midas.
As soon as she spotted the journalist at work, the finalist requested not to have her picture taken as that would cause her serious trouble with the pageant organisers.
Mbambo confirmed that the contestants were not expected to take part in any other activities including job hunting. "They must be readily available at all times and their focus is expected to be on the contest until we are done," she said.
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