Miss Zim ready to conquer

HARARE - Miss Zimbabwe 2014 Tendai Hunda says her late arrival at the Miss World pageant currently running in London has not significantly undermined her chances of claiming the global beauty title.

The 23-year-old beauty, who was only able to join the global beauty contest four days late due to visa complications, is convinced that she has what it takes to win the coveted title.

“In terms of fitting in, I am fine now. I only missed one challenge which is the Sports Challenge,” she told the Daily News.

“I have so far caught up on other activities and rehearsals. Other countries’ representatives  such as Chad, Ethiopia and Uganda even came later than me and that was comforting.”

Hunda has also been encouraged by landing a spot in the Top Model of the World Top 20 competition.

“I took part in the Top Model of the World competition and I am humbled (because) out of the 130 countries I made it into the top 20 and the winner will be announced soon,” she said.

She however, conceded that winning the Miss World title will not be a walk in the park.

“I have learnt that being in this competition alone takes a lot of grace. All the girls here are beautiful and intelligent and for you to stand out you need divine grace and originality. I honestly wouldn’t change anything. Everything seems well planned and organised, there is very good execution of projects and plans,” she said.

She also added that despite the stiff competition she had not found it difficult to fit in with the other girls.

“Interaction is very smooth because most girls are English-speaking so it is easy to communicate. Miss Uganda and I have become good friends. I belong to group Four (blue team) with countries such as Turkey, Puerto Rico, United States and South Africa,” said Hunda.

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