Miss Earthlife International embraces identity, culture

Lizzy Maila.
Lizzy Maila.

Pageant director, Lizzy Maila has come up with Miss Earthlife International, an exceptional new concept and platform for women from all walks of life globally to embrace their identity, promote culture and tourism through pageantry.

Maila told Arts & Culture that the pageant will be the first of its kind in Botswana even though the idea came up in 2014. She said the aim was to create a platform where cultures from across the globe are showcased in an international stage promoting cultural exchange and tourism. Maila also said the beauty pageant is open for Batswana women aged between 18 and 28 .

“Since it is an international pageant, all countries will be represented by their nationalities. To enter this pageant, you need to be aware of your culture and know your country well. We are in collaboration with Mr and Mrs Heritage Botswana since they have the same mandate as ours. For this year we will be crowning their top three,” she explained.Even though she revealed that they are collaborating with Mr and Mrs Heritage Botswana who scouted for them, she said next year they will having their own separate auditions. She also said the grand finale will be in November where dates will be communicated at a later date.

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We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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