Miss Millenium promises a twist with a Valentine’s day theme

Miss Millenium organisers
Miss Millenium organisers

The stage is set for Miss Millenium pageant, slated for February 14, 2015 at Millenium Jazz Restaurant. The pageant, which is in its eighth year, promises a unique and exciting opportunity for women over the age of 40 to strut their stuff and show off their talent.

Zenzele Hirschfeld of Zen Promotions revealed that this year, the pageant would be different since they plan to introduce a vibrant and interesting theme for Valentine’s Day as well.

“We want to add some pizzazz to the event.  The décor will also be different, and much than it was last year,” she said. Hirschfeld also noted that the pageant was one with a difference and should be treated as such.

”It should be emphasised that Miss Millenium is no ordinary pageant as it makes significant changes in people’s lives. It also boosts women’s confidence and gives them a chance to give back to society,” she said.  On February 7, the Top 15 selected contestants, and the sponsors will be unveiled.  Registration for the contest has started at the jazz pub. The grand prize for the pageant includes a holiday for two in Maun, P3,000 cash and store vouchers.  Shima Monageng of Millenium Jazz Restaurant said after the 10th pageant, he would consider opening it to people across the nation, unlike the current situation where it is only open to Mogoditshane residents.


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