The Monitor :: Mochonka is Miss RADP 2014
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Mochonka is Miss RADP 2014

Lanky Kodane Mochonka was on Saturday crowned the Miss RADP at the Limkokwing Hall Of Fame as musician La Timmy stole hearts with a scintillating performance.
By Chippa Legodimo Mon 24 Nov 2014, 14:23 pm (GMT +2)
The Monitor :: Mochonka is Miss RADP 2014








Mochonka beat other 13 contestants to clinch the crown in front of a crowd, which included members of parliament and diplomats. The competition is in its second year after the first queen was crowned last year November.

The chocolate skinned queen walked away with P30, 000 prize money, plus P50, 000 for youth development projects of her choice. Keotshepile Kewame was crowned first princess followed by Akanyang Kaingotla as second princess.

The first princess was rewarded with a P5,000 cheque and P30,000 to spend on her project while the second princess took home P2,000 plus P20,000 for her project.

Versatile musician LaTimmy added the cherry on the cake with an inspiring performance. He followed kwaito outfit MMP Family who despite receiving a rousing welcome of cheering and whistling by the audience failed to meet expectations. Their song choice clearly left the crowd disappointed. Energetic as ever, La Timmy lured the crowd into joining his “movement” with some sexy dance moves as soon as he took to the stage. He took his performance to another level with his most popular song

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by far, Vuke, which cemented his place as the crowd’s favorite on the night.

Reharko polka dancers also created some intimate moments for the crowd.

Culture Spears also entertained the crowd with the sounds of Kulenyana, Khudu, Kulanche and capped it all with Charma Gal’s latest hit Magosi.

Jazz musician Punah Gabasiane-Molale’s performance was spoilt by poor sound.
Speaking at the event Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Botlogile Tshireletso, said that here ministry did not see the beauty pageant as just a demonstration of beauty, but an opportunity to empower young women and drill them on how to empower others in their communities.

“These contestants went through a two-week workshop and boot camp to give them life skills, teach them about family planning, alcohol and substance abuse and the opportunities available for them in various sectors of the economy,” Tshireletso said.

She also noted even those who did not win were still expected to go and make a positive impact in their communities from what they have learnt while preparing for the final of competition.

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