Organisers for Miss Tourism Zimbabwe are searching for a new Country’s Tourism queen. The pageant will replace Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2018 Tafadzwa winner, Primrose Jaricha.
Midlands province is hosting the inaugural auditions of the 2019 pageant in Kwekwe, Gweru and Zvishavane.
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Mavis Koslek, the pageant’s Midlands provincial co-ordinator told NewsDay Life & Style yesterday that all was set for the auditions. He reached out to aspiring models to come in their numbers dressed in black dresses and heels, or black jeans, heels and white tops. She said:
The Miss Tourism Zimbabwe auditions for Midlands province starts on Friday at King Solomon’s Hotel in Kwekwe, where we are expecting aspiring models from Kwekwe and Gokwe and surrounding areas. On Saturday, we will be in Gweru at the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority offices for Gweru and Shurugwi models before travelling to Zvishavane on Sunday for Zvishavane and Mberengwa models.
From the auditions, we will shortlist about 12 models who will go on to compete at the Midlands provincial finale to be held in May. We really want the pageant to be competitive.
Aspiring models should pay an administration fee amounting to RTGS$20. They should be women aged between 18 and 24, who have never married or given birth. They should be 1,67 metres tall or taller. They should have no tattoo or any visible marks and should hold no criminal record.
From the Midlands province, the auditions will go to Manicaland.
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