Molefe gears up for Miss World 2.0


Intense preparations are underway as Miss Botswana 2021-2022, Palesa Molefe looks forward to compete around the world on March 16, 2022, for the coveted Miss World crown at Puerto Rico Coliseum Jose Miguel Agrelot.

The event was canceled at the last minute when contestants came down with COVID-19 last year in December. It was initially set to go ahead on December 16, 2021 in Puerto Rico, but was canceled just hours before Showtime. Molefe who won Batswana’s hearts during the weeks leading up to the finale returned to Botswana after the cancellation and received a hero’s welcome.

As the rescheduled date for the Miss World 2021 global telecast and its 70th anniversary finale draw near MmaMpale as she affectionately known has revealed that, amongst other things time allowed her to work on this time around is getting her physical body into shape. “This time gym is an essential because healthy body equals a healthy mind. My training continues both in etiquette and public speaking.

We are also meeting with stakeholders to continue with the discussions for the implementation for my beauty with a purpose project and current we are actively creating content around Botswana that showcases the country through a partnership with Botswana Tourism Organisation,” Molefe further told Arts & Culture in an interview.

Organisers of Miss Botswana also reiterated that Molefe is currently busy with the preparations for Miss World. “She is back in gym, doing some public speaking training, and is busy with seven designers who are all engaged to do a new wardrobe. We are in talks with sponsors, and invite interested partnerships to join us as we begin the 2022 Miss Botswana leg.

No information yet received from Miss World, so we will share Miss World plans as soon as we have information from the Miss World Organization,” organizers added.

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