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Entertainment - Date: 31 August 2018
Written by: Wikus Lee / Viewed: 6938
A local model and student, Ms Phoebe Mphahlele (21), was recently selected as a semi-finalist in the Miss Eagle South African beauty contest.
She is a B Com student at the University of Limpopo and hails from Ga-Mphahlele Seleteng.
According to the vibrant Mphahlele, Miss Eagle South Africa “is a contest based on beauty with brains and purpose. Not only does it empower women and those outside it, it helps contestants to build their personal brands.”
As a semi-finalist, she is the brand ambassador of Motofind.co.za. The site enables individuals to sell and buy cars fast, safely and at best prices.
Between her studies and different other ventures, Phoebe is also an upcoming author and she is at present writing a book. “My book is about battling through change as a young South African. It is based on the transformation of being a high school learner into a university student, and how, through it all, one should be their own hero to succeed.”
The title of the book will be War of Growth. She added that there is no fantasy like in movies, and it highlights how everyone should be their own hero to succeed.
She also mentioned that the Miss Eagle South Africa contest has and still is encouraging her to put smiles on people's faces by giving back to the community, motivating her peers and growing to her potential. “I became passionate about seeing people happy because of my doings; that’s just led to more blessings coming my way. Now more people see potential and engage in helping me reach my dreams,” she added
Readers can assist this local beauty to succeed in her endeavours by voting for her. SMS Phoebe to 35334 at R3 per SMS.
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Ms Phoebe Mphahlele (21). Photo supplied