So the past weekend saw Illa Penboy ‘Filling Mogambo.’ One of his major supporter and social media marketing team was Mancoba Flow Msibi. The 21-year-old young man, who is currently doing his third year in B.A Humanities at the University of Swaziland.
Mancoba describes himself as a dreamer and a visionary as he is currently working towards achieving.
Mancoba is not new in the modelling industry. He has been paving his way for the past three years.“Being a model has always been one of my passions, being confident on the ramp began at Kwaluseni Fresher’s back in 2015/16 where I was a runner-up in that competition.
From that day I was convinced that there is a place for me in the market and I can achieve greatness.
Luckily Millenium Trends offered me an opportunity to showcase their clothes and that was my first modelling gig. Since then I have continued to work hard and never looked back,” he says.
Well, we have always thought that for a person to actually be a successful runway model they needed to be a certain height. Mancoba is breaking that mind-set, SCENE wanted to know how he manages to s t and out nonetheless.
“It is true the modelling industry needs you to be tall and yes I don’t have the recommended height. Since I knew that height wasn’t my strongest point I then tried to find something unique or that would make me an asset in the