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    Thursday, 23 August 2018

    GZU, MSU, Msv Poly students shine at Miss Heroes

    From left to right. 1st princess Nyasha Chiwawa, Miss Heroes Masvingo Cathrine Chademana and 2nd princess Loveness
    Mhlanga. Pic by Dube studios.

    SIMBARASHE MTEMBO

    MASVINGO-Students from Great Zimbabwe University (GZU), Midlands State University (MSU) and Masvingo Polytechnic dominated prizes at the Miss Heroes Masvingo held on Saturday last week at the Charles Austin Theatre.
     Seven models from the three institutions of higher learning walked away with various prizes including accommodation at Regency Group of Hotels at the third edition of the Miss Heroes modelling competition.
    Cathrine Chademana (20), a Tourism and Hospitality student at GZU was crowned Miss Heroes, Nyasha Chiwawa (19) from Bikita was crowned 1st Princess and Loveness Mhlanga (20) from Bhuka as 2nd Princess.
    Nyasha Matanha (24) a Geography and Environmental student at MSU was crowned Miss Personality. Miss Personality title is awarded to a contestant with the most pleasant appearance and manner.
    Rutschien Hebert (21) a Business Management student at MSU was crowned Miss Youth. Natasha Zvaremhaka (20) from Masvingo was crowned Miss Lucky.
    Panashe Mbewe (19) a student at Masvingo Polytechnic was crowned Miss Culture after she excelled in social graces, interpersonal skills and moral cores.
     "It is an honor to be crowned Miss Heroes, I am proud to have participated in this year's edition," said Chademana soon after being crowned.
    Winners were chosen by a panel of four judges Gayle Nhenderwa, Shylet Bwanyisa, Melody Juma and Lucky Munetsi  and models were judged in four categories that are; culture, military, 1960's and evening wear. For each category the models wore different clothes.
    "The Third Miss Heroes contest was an emotional one for us; we marked and celebrated the lives of former Masvingo Minister of State Shuwai Mahofa and Deputy Provincial Administrator Godwin Chipika who were patrons of Miss Heroes and Miss Independence Masvingo," said Gayle Mhonderwa who is the director of MGM Modeling Agency.
    The event was marked by thrilling performances from Ngonidzashe Chinovava (Ba Raah), Alchemy and Ngundu's rising starlet Olivia Nhema (Bounty Nixy) who received a standing ovation from the crowd after she put up a sterling performance.
    Miss Heroes Masvingo was started with the aim of enlightening the youths about the values of the liberation struggle and in the process fostering a sense of patriotism among them.
    The year's contest was sponsored by ZINWA, Hevoi FM, Regency Group of Hotels, Great Zimbabwe Monuments, the State through Masvingo Minister of State Josiah Hungwe and Melody Juma who was an adjudicator at the contest.

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