Six crowns for Miss Hope Botswana pageants

Miss Hope contestants
Miss Hope contestants

For a change, Miss Hope Botswana has ushered six crowns to five queens where the lucky queen, Hope Segaetsho won two in one night during the pageantry's grand finale held in Gaborone last weekend.

The pageantry has categories such as Miss Hope Botswana of women whose age ranges from 19-27 years, Miss Teen Hope aging 14-18 years, Miss Preteen Hope for 10-13years, Little Miss Hope for girls aging between five to nine-years-old and Tot Miss Hope of girls aging less than five years and lastly a special title Miss Golden Heart judged across all categories. The following scooped the titles; three-year-old Cassandra Williams won Tot Miss Hope, while Reneilwe Phalaagae scooped the Little Miss Hope crown, Miss Preteen Hope was won by Segaetsho who also walked away with the second title, Miss Golden Heart, Garata Segadimo scooped Miss Teen Hope and Lame Sonia Motukwa was crowned Miss Hope and she also won Bootcamp Champ award. Miss Hope Botswana pageants director, Sera Madiba, said Miss Golden Heart was a newly created pageant award for Sera Madiba Golden Heart Trust.

She explained that it was scooped by the outstanding contestant from all categories and therefore was won by Segaetsho. “I was inspired to host this pageant all these years by the drill to equip young Batswana with life skills and exposure to international competitions. It also aims to broaden young Batswana mindset to the modern life skills (communication skills, public speaking skills, presentation skills, interview skills, survival skills and so on). We target young ladies aging from three to 37 years of age. This year we had 20 contestants enrolled,” she explained.

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