IN­SPIR­ING YOUTH

Empowered Youth Magazine - - NEWS -

Pretty Malatjie is one of the tal­ented young girls in Lim­popo with great pas­sion for mod­el­ling. Pretty will be host­ing her very first beauty pageant on the 29th Septem­ber this year at Bolobedu’s own Zillha Park Lodge. We are proudly in­spired by her ded­i­ca­tion to what she does. Cur­rently do­ing her first year at Tsh­wane Univer­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, Pre­to­ria. Pretty talks to Empowered Youth about be­ing her­self and be­liev­ing in her ven­tures.

TELL US A BIT MORE ABOUT YOUR­SELF

I'm a lov­ing and car­ing per­son. I’m very pas­sion­ate about mod­el­ling, pow­er­ful, I mas­ter my own fate, hard worker and I gov­ern my own mind, above all I'm a woman supreme.

HOW HAS YOUR JOURNEY IN THE MODELING IN­DUS­TRY BEEN AND WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEM­O­RABLE HIGH­LIGHT?

Al­though I've met some chal­lenges in the mod­el­ling in­dus­try, I never wanted to give up be­cause it's a pas­sion, and you'll for­ever love it no mat­ter what. The most mem­o­rable high­light was when I en­tered Miss Phe­nom­e­nal Pre­to­ria, I learned a lot of things about mod­el­ling and gained so much ex­pe­ri­ence that one needs in mod­el­ling.

WHO IN­SPIRED YOU INTO START­ING YOUR OWN PAGEANT?

Than­deka Mabuza in­spired me to start my own pageant.

HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH FAIL­URE?

When I've failed I tell my­self that it's not the end of the world but a start to some­thing greater, be­cause there's no suc­cess with­out fail­ure. I asked God for strength to get back and I also work hard to re­cover, that’s how I deal with fail­ure

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from South Africa

© PressReader. All rights reserved.