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    Miss Tourism Beitbridge preparations in top gear

    From left; Cossam Zulu Arts and Culture Officer fo Beitbridge,
    Bhamini Cohan of Jayas Restraunt, Vanessa Mbedzi event organiser
    and Tapiwa Mpofu Marketing Executive for
    Zimbabwe Tourism Authority during auditions on Saturday.

    ELLEN MLAMBO
    BEITBRIDGE BUREAU

    BEITBRIDGE –
    Preparations for Miss Tourism Beitbridge competitions slated for July 13, 2019 are at an advanced stage with the first auditions having been held at Elliot Hotel in the border town on Saturday last week.
    The Mirror had a chat with the event organiser former Miss Zimbabwe Vanessa Dambanyika Mbedzi who gave a summary of events leading to the finals in July.
    Eight models between the age of 18 and 24 participated in the first auditions and the final auditions will be held at the same venue on May 3, this year. Some 15 models will be selected to participate at the Miss Tourism Beitbridge finals in July.
    Top three winners at the main event will get full grooming and etiquette lessons for one year from AM Model management and cash prizes.
    The Queen will represent Beitbridge at the National Pageant, Miss Tourism Zimbabwe which will be held in September as well as an exclusive photo shoot with D-Domain Media.
    Mbedzi said the whole process leads to the selection of a lady who will be the best representative for Beitbridge at the national pageant.
    Bootcamp training for the Miss Beitbridge finalists will start on May 18 2019, where models will be trained, groomed and also visit tourist attractions around Beitbridge.
    “The first auditions were a success with the help of our media crew D-Domain Media (Thomas and Rowan Phiri), Reliable Graphics (Pride Jiyane), Thelma Dambanyika Mbedzi, Linel Petra Dambanyika Mbedzi and The Edutainer, Lloyd Mungoni.
    “The final auditions will be held on May 3 and this is the last model call, we will be giving an opportunity to those that were not able to attend the first auditions. The model turn up was quite good, the girls had so much potential and with the help of the bootcamp training they will feel much more confident and feel very prepared for the finals,” she said.
    The judges for the auditions include Bhamini Chohan of Jayas Restaurant, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) Beitbridge Marketing Executive Tapiwa Mpofu and Cossam Zulu from Arts culture office in Beitbridge District.
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