Introducing the first black female owned pageant with a purpose.
We’ve all heard of the typical beauty pageant, where woman use their aesthetic value and ambition to represent their country. Well, the planet is changing rapidly and so is the conventional pageant.
Introducing the new era of crowns, princesses and queens – welcome to Mrs South Africa Earth, the pageant that applauds women of substance, who are making a difference in their communities, societies and more importantly, their families. This is an occasion that calls for the mothers and wives of South Africa, the women who use their experience and time to create a better future for all of us.
Mrs South Africa Earth is South Africa’s first black, female owned pageant, that celebrates both inner and outer beauty, focusing on married women aged 25-49, with or without children, who commit themselves to an environmental or social development cause.
The pageant is the pretty ambitious and inspiring brainchild of Ndihone Ndzinisa, Sizani Ngobeni and Thando Soko, through their NPO, Mother Earth by Mothers. Speaking on behalf of the trio, Sizani Ngobeni says that they felt it was their responsibility to bring this important and empowering asset to South Africa. “With the global urgency to curb climate change, we felt that a pageant of this nature would go a long way to raising awareness about the need to lead more sustainable lives in order to hand a liveable planet over to the next generation of Africans.
Mrs South Africa Earth is a powerful and very relevant vehicle to raise the voices of women in their prime who are doing good, but at the heart of the pageant is the preservation of Mother Earth in any shape or form across all industries and market sectors in the political, economic and social spheres.”
The pageant will be officially launched to press on 2 April 2019 at The Michelangelo in Sandton, Johannesburg and the competition will culminate in a glittering gala event in late 2019 in Johannesburg.
If you feel you are a woman of substance and are making a difference in your community, please enter online at www.mrssouthafricaearth.co.za. For updates, please follow us on Instagram (@mrssouthafricaearth), Facebook (@mrssouthafricaearth) or Twitter (@mrssaearth) or follow our hashtag #mrssouthafricaearth.
For press queries, please contact Ingrid Cole on 084 359 3795 or firstname.lastname@example.org