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EZULWINI – The road to Miss Cultural Heritage 2018/2019 is becoming clear and the destination is close.

Last Wednesday night, the 12 finalists who will make it to the finals on Miss Cultural Heritage stage on October 27, were revealed. They were revealed after an elimination process which took almost a month.

The 12 ladies who range between ages 18 and 23, were chosen from the 37 hopefuls who had registered. From the 12 who were revealed at Bethel Courts in Ezulwini, one will take the crown from Nelisiwe Shongwe, a SCOT student who is the reigning Miss Cultural Heritage 2017/2018.

The unveiling ceremony was graced by Eswatini National Council of Arts and Culture CEO Stanley Dlamini, with representatives from sponsoring companies which included Eswatini Posts and Telecommunications Corporation, Corporate Communications (EPTC) Manager Nqobile Magagula, Standard Bank Communications Manager Sibusile Sigwane, Carson Group’s Brian Shabangu and others.


EPTC sponsored communication throughout the voting process and Standard Bank sponsored E10 000 which was handed over by Sigwane.
Other sponsors entailed Sigeja Couriers, who sponsored gear for the finalists, Morello Blue who was responsible for all the branding of Miss Cultural Heritage material and Carson Group, who will be responsible for transport on the day of the finals.

ENCAC CEO Stanley Dlamini, said he was grateful that corporate entities are increasingly supporting Miss Cultural Heritage in Eswatini.
“Miss Cultural Heritage’s duty is to plan culture days for different entities and different schools.
“Not only does she organise but she also choreographs the dances of the day,” said Dlamii.
He applauded all those involved in making the pageant a success.


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