Trio set to cap­ture the hearts of many

The Sunday Independent - - WORLD - Se­garona

And as for young women, I want them to be com­fort­able in their own skins. We need to stop com­par­ing our­selves be­cause we are all dif­fer­ent.

I also want to break the mis­con­cep­tion of think­ing that Miss SA and Miss Uni­verse are all about look­ing a cer­tain way or be­ing a cer­tain way. I want to use this plat­form to help peo­ple break free from stig­mas.

De­scribe your fash­ion sense

Be­fore this, I was al­ways a sim­ple girl. I never dressed up, only oc­ca­sion­ally. I was a stu­dent and that was my life. But now, en­ter­ing into this world, I got to find a style that suits me. My stylist de­cided to keep me just as I am. Of­ten they glam peo­ple up, change their hair, add bling, etc. But with me, my stylist de­cided to keep me sim­ple, el­e­gant and mod­ern.

What have the past four months of be­ing Miss SA been like?

I can’t even de­scribe it. The past four months have been good crazy; there have been a lot of ups and a lot of downs.

I had to do a lot of grow­ing up in just four months, amid the fast-paced world that I now ex­ist in. I have seen a lot and have done a lot.

Things like this denim range, who would have thought that I would ever have my own denim range. It has been a great jour­ney thus far.

Win or lose…

I will be proud ei­ther way. That’s how I went through the Miss South Africa jour­ney. I knew why I wanted to do the pageant.

I knew I would still achieve all my goals even if I didn’t win the com­pe­ti­tion, but this plat­form has been a bless­ing for me to achieve those at a larger scale, and I am grate­ful.

Go­ing into Miss Uni­verse, my fo­cus is ex­actly like it was, not wor­ry­ing about what other peo­ple are say­ing and telling me what to do.

I will do me, un­der­stand­ing why I am do­ing this. On Oc­to­ber 28 tal­ented trio, En­core, will re­lease their new al­bum called

at Sil­ver­star (https://www. tso­go­­ver­star-casino).

Ev­ery now and again you stum­ble upon mu­sic that speaks di­rectly to your soul.

It is not easy for mu­si­cians to per­fect the art of cap­tur­ing their au­di­ence al­most im­me­di­ately, but new­com­ers to the mu­sic scene, En­core have been able to do just that.

The trio – which con­sists of Ke­abe­twe Ko­totsi, Ka­belo Thomane and Peter Let­saolo – are re-in­vent­ing soul­ful African bal­lads with their per­fectly-synced har­monies cou­pled with im­pec­ca­ble lyrics.

The re­sult is a mu­si­cal recipe which cap­tures the hearts of many South Africans.

Catch En­core live on stage (https:// www.tso­go­­ver­star-casino/ whats-on-sil­ver­star/events/en­core­segarona-al­bum-tour) per­form­ing time­less clas­sics as well as mu­sic from their new al­bum, along with a per­for­mance by sup­port­ing acts Sales­man and Angie San­tana.

Tick­ets are avail­able from Com­puticket at R150 per per­son for VIP, and R120 for gen­eral ad­mis­sion.

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