Law student eyes Miss Global title

HARARE – Michelle Munyaduki, a University of Namibia law student, is confident of outshining 14 other beauties in the Miss Global Zimbabwe 2013 Pageant set for Crowne Plaza Monomotapa Friday night.

The annual tourism-aligned beauty pageant, now in its second year, will run under the theme Beauty, Tourism and Charity.

The stunning Munyanduki is determined to come out tops and earn the right to participate in the Miss Global International Pageant in Jamaica.

Should winning the title prove a bridge too far, the former Westridge High School 2011 head girl will happily settle for the chance to participate in the Miss International pageant in Japan if she is crowned first princess.

“I’m really looking forward to the event,” said the Gweru born 20-year-old.

“If I win I am looking forward to beginning a project which will focus on the needs of university students in the country because their needs are critical to the nation’s future.”

Munyanduki is not a new face to pageant podium finishes having been crowned Miss Teen Zimbabwe first princess last year.

The former Harare Junior council member in the 2010 to 2011 season has also started an initiative called constitutional awareness which encourages youths to register and vote in the upcoming elections which could conducted on July 31.

“This (voting) is one great way of giving back to the nation of Zimbabwe and contributing to the future,” she said.

Munyanduki is not just all about beauty; she is equally gifted intellectually.

En route to university, the 20-year-old achieved 14 points at Advanced Level with a distinction in History.

But Friday night Munyanduki will have to be at her best to pull away from 14 other contestants who are equally determined land the coveted crown.

Whatever is the result, one thing is certain whoever wins the crown will have a big task to surpass the feat of former crown holder Mutsa Mutare who scooped the inaugural award.

Mutsa won the title last year and went on to represent the country in Jamaica for the world finals where she was selected into top 15 out of 50 countries.

Comments (2)

This is yours Michie

Patience - 5 July 2013

Go Michie go!!! With u all the way my sister...

Carles - 5 July 2013

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