Nthabiseng Kgoronyane, Ms South Africa National 2015, who also re-presented South Africa in Zimbab-we as a finalist for Top Model Africa 2017 is in London for a two-week stint.
She was a finalist to represent South Afri-ca at London and Paris for the Face of the Globe International Beauty Pageant 2017, however a month prior to the Global Finals in March 2017, the company hosting the beauty pageant was liquidated and the finals were cancelled.
Ms Kgoronyane decided to follow her dreams anyway, by going to London and participating in a few pageant training and activities to gain experience and to further her passion for modelling, beauty pageants and how to make a difference in her country and, most importantly, her community.
In September 2017 she will be accom-panying five young girls who participated in her beauty pageant called Little Miss Kuru-man in 2016. They will represent the North-ern Cape at the national finals of Miss Heri-tage South Africa 2017.
She aims at empowering children and youths through skills development in the art of modelling and also to make a difference through charity work.
Her motto in life is “Dare to dream and always take challenges and turn them into opportunities”.
She encourages parents to support their children's dreams as it is the greatest courage that allows one to develop and ultimately have a better future.
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