“This crown is not only for decorating my head but am gonna use it for a good cause. I am setting up a foundation to empower the less previlaged girls that are struggling to finish their studies,” says the newly crowned Miss Malawi Cape Town, Eunice Mombe.
Mombe ermeged the Queen while Pink Jere and Annie Chirwa were crowned first and second princesses at an event that was held on 26 December, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.
no images were foundMombe, who first contested in 2017 but did not make it, said she she was proud of herself for winning this time around.
“Failing to win didn’t make me lose hope. I contested again and as they say, what it was meant to be yours will always be yours, I won the crown.
“It was not easy to partake this journey but all in all I thank God that I made it,” she narrates.
The newly crowned Queen says she is setting up a foundation to empower the less previlaged girls in schools.
“Winning the crown would open doors for fundraising as well as inspire young girls in Malawi,” adds Eunice who attended primary school at St Maria Gollet and secondary school at Our Ladies of Wisdom.
Miss Malawi Cape Town founder Thokozani Kuwali said the contest is now fulfilling it’s purpose.
“The Event went so well. I would say the event has come to start fullfilling its Aim. The whole purpose is to bring The Malawian Society together with of Freinds from different countries so that we showcase Malawian culture, beauty and as well as talent,” Kuwali explains.
This year’s event was sponsored by E-Dreams Malawi who financed a holiday trip to Durban at Hilton Hotel.
“We decided to sponsor the pageant because we like to give back to the community in disapora. We love to see Malawians happy in a foreign lands,” says E-Dreams Managing Director.
The Miss Malawi Cape Town project started in 2014 with only 56 people but the attendance has gone up to more than 400 in 2019.