Introducing judge 2 for the finale judging on the 29th “Naledi Mogadime” a South African model and actress, a highly motivated woman… She aims of making an impeccable impact in the world.
Congratulations to “Naledi Mogadime” as she got nominated as one of the final judges of the Miss teenager south Africa pageant 2022.
Naledi Mogadime BBMzansi is one of the 18 housemates who made their way into the Big Brother BBMzansi house.
Naledi Mogadime is an actress, model, and reality tv star.
She began her acting career just after graduating from school, prior to that she has been into modeling when she was still in the university.
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Miss Teenager South Africa Pageant 2022 Search
Miss Teenager South Africa has officially embarked on its search for an impeccable young lady to take the helm and become an ambassador for teenagers across South Africa.
This process will then culminate in a prestigious finalist ceremony in Johannesburg at Emperors Palace in May.
The Miss Teenager South Africa (MTSA) pageant is a platform that prides itself in empowering teenagers across SA between the ages of 13 and 19.
The pageant offers the contestants the opportunity to speak on everything from their careers, dreams, and ambitions to global issues and development.
Young ladies who take part in the pageant have historically utilized the pageant’s platform to advance their specific career paths and work with certain organizations they are passionate about.
The MTSA pageant strives to help to shape the views of young ladies to be more encompassing than physical looks and to be inclusive of other important attributes such as intellect, ambition, and resourcefulness.
Bongani Ncala, spokesperson for MTSA, said: “Emerging out of the pandemic environment with safety still our top priority, we are excited about the programme we’ve prepared for the road to Miss Teenager 2022.
“We will soon be announcing various activities for our contestants and finalists, which will be lined up for the coming months leading up to the finale. We have revitalized the programme and are elated with this year’s roll-out, which will culminate into the biggest MTSA to date.”
Kayleigh Jephta, reigning Miss Teenager, said this of the experience:
“This platform allows me to learn from amazing people and grow in many different ways. Throughout my journey, I’ve gained so much confidence as I continue doing things that allow me to step out of my comfort zone.
The MTSA organization has also ensured contestants receive enticing prizes, including a 100% bursary for all three winners from Boston, seven-day holidays at three luxury hotel suites, and cash prizes of R20 000 for the winner, R15 000 for the first princess, R5 000 for the second princess and many other prizes.