EM­POW­ERED

23 YEAR OLD LUSANI IS GRATE­FUL FOR MAK­ING IT TO THE MISS EA­GLE SA SEMI-FI­NAL­ISTS.

Empowered Youth Magazine - - CONTENTS - By Happy Rikhotso

SPOT­LIGHT:....................................................................................................

Abeau­ti­ful vi­brant young Lusani An­toinette Davhula is a semi-fi­nal­ist of the Miss Ea­gle SA pageant and a proud co-founder of ABC So­lu­tions, which is a pro­gramme spe­cial­iz­ing in tu­tor­ing and men­tor­ing high school learn­ers. The 23-year-old Tshakhuma Lu­vha­lani vil­lage born is cur­rently pur­su­ing a de­gree in BSC. Hu­man Phys­i­ol­ogy, ge­net­ics, and psy­chol­ogy at the Univer­sity of Pre­to­ria. “,” she says.

MISS EA­GLE SOUTH AFRICA:

As one of the beau­ti­ful and con­fi­dent young girls who made it to the semi-fi­nal­ist, Lusani tells Em­pow­ered Youth that she en­tered the pageant as she no­ticed from her younger-self that she was born a phi­lan­thropist and would love to grow her­self in that di­rec­tion. “Widen­ing my hori­zon as I come across many dif­fer­ent peo­ple with var­i­ous per­spec­tives of life is an eye-opener,” she says.

LOVE FOR GIV­ING BACK:

The beau­ti­ful Lusani has been in and out of the Tshakhuma dropin cen­tre, a day-care that caters for young kids as well as teenagers com­ing from un­der­priv­i­leged back­grounds. “Be­sides Tshakhuma, I have also been to Takalani Chil­dren’s home in Ndzhelele, Boph­e­long home in Mamelodi as well as Sun­ny­side Or­phan­age Home in Pre­to­ria,” she says. She also adds; “I find great plea­sure in help­ing oth­ers at any time.”

GO­ING FOR­WARD:

Lusani is cur­rently writ­ing a book ti­tled “She birthed a sur­mount”. “It is an in­spi­ra­tional man­ual about how my mother be­came my fore­most role model,” she says. Lusani be­lieves that the power of a great woman is in em­brac­ing her ex­is­tence through help­ing the needy. Lusani asks ev­ery­one to sup­port her by vot­ing for her to make it through this one of the big­gest pageants in South Africa.

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