The beautiful Karabo Winnie Moalosi has been endorsed with a new title, Miss Africa Botswana, of which she will represent Botswana in Jo’burg on November 24th.She is not new to pageantry and modelling, but holds a few titles under her name. The 22 year old Moalosi told BG Style that her dream is to bring the coveted crown home and therefore needs everyone’s support on this.
The beauty queen says that this has been good news to her ears and she is doing all in her power to raise money for her transport to Joburg where the grand finale will be held. This endorsement is actually a dream come true for Moalosi. “I have always wondered how other ladies do it, to reach the greatest heights, but now I am a testimony of a higher title.
I have always had a one million dollar question on my mind if I will reach that far but God just did it for me and I am so excited about it”. Moalosi told BG Style in an interview.She is ready to face other contestants from across Africa, as she has been on international stages before. Just last year, Moalosi was crowned Miss Botswana Bikini model and she was also crowned the Face of Summer 2018, in March in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
She says the secret behind her success as a mode and a beauty queen is believing in herself.She is thankful to the famous faces of pageantry and modelling in Botswana, Mpule Kwelagobe and KaoneKario, who she says have inspired her journey in this industry. “I have always looked up to these two beautiful ladies from a tender age and with my slim body I have always believed that I would make it one day.
I looked up to Kario as a model and Mpule as a beauty queen and now I have the two in me and I am forever proud of these ladies,” explains Moalosi.Moalosi will host a models seminar on November 3rd, as part of raising funds for her trip to Joburg. This seminar she says will feature some international models like Ben Chest from Zimbabwe and Arcacia Molatudi from South Africa. The seminar is also a call to all aspiring models and beauty queens.
Chest is an award winning international male model, actor, king presenter and businessman while Molatudi is an international female model and an experienced beauty queen.Moalosi is confident that local aspiring models will learn something from these two models as they boast lots of experience in the field. The seminar was also inspired by the feedback that she gets from the public.
“I always receive messages from people asking me to mentor their kids and friends on modelling, so I found it worth to do that through this seminar because I felt it would be easier to guide, advise and provide all the relevant information that they need about modelling and pageantry.
“Some people wanted me to coach them, so I thought this seminar would be beneficial to a group of people who need it,” she said. Moalosi is in need of $300 or P3000.00 for registration fee before October 10th, and has to work hard to find it, since the ministry can’t fund her. She welcomes any form of support to represent Botswana.