CHANCE TO BE MRS SA

The Star Early Edition - - NEWS - STAFF RE­PORTER

THE SEARCH for a new Mrs South Africa is on.

While Hlengiwe Twala en­joys her reign, the or­gan­is­ers of the event have de­cided to turn it up a notch by kick­start­ing the road­show this week­end.

The pageant, which takes place later this year, will go to Bloem­fontein, Ge­orge, Port El­iz­a­beth, Polok­wane, Mbombela, Dur­ban, Cape Town and Joburg to find po­ten­tial en­trants.

Mar­ried women be­tween the ages of 25 and 50 are invited to en­ter, and they will be men­tored by the Mrs South Africa team.

Twala will also be part of the team, along with her first princess Ol­wethu Le­sha­bane, sec­ond princess Lil­liana Lulli-Mar­ruchi and Mrs Charity Claire Gar­diner. This week­end the road­show heads to Bloem­fontein.

Joburg will be its last lap on the week­end of Fe­bru­ary 24 to 26 at the home of the pageant, Em­per­ors Palace in Kemp­ton Park.

The en­trants will go through work­shops to help them un­der­stand the role they would be ex­pected to play as the next Mrs South Africa.

ROLE MOD­ELS: Mrs South Africa Hlengiwe Twala, sec­ond left, will be men­tor­ing this year’s pageant en­trants. With her are sec­ond princess Lil­liana Lulli-Maruc­chi, left, first princess Ol­wethu Le­sha­bane and Mrs Charity Claire Gar­diner.

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