West Coast College Office Administration Student, Abulele, will be representing the Western Cape as a finalist at this year’s edition of the Miss Teenager South Africa that will be taking place at the Johannesburg City Hall on 1 June 2019.
Abulele, originally from Ashton and now studying National Certificate (Vocational) in Office Administration at the Malmesbury Campus of West Coast College, has with the support of the public and their votes qualified for the finals of this pageant.
“I would like to use this platform to inspire and empower young women. I want them to be confident and to find themselves,” says Abulele.
She has started various community projects during the build-up to the pageant and will continue with these projects after the pageant.
The public can now show more support for her in the following way:
• By voting for her – SMS “MTSA ABULELE” to 47439 (You can vote as many times as you like)
• Financially supporting her by contributing to her travel costs from Cape Town to Johannesburg
• Financially supporting her by contributing to her accommodation in Johannesburg during the competition
“Abulele is a true West Coast College ambassador, and we know that she will not only do well in the competition, but that she will go on to touch many lives in Malmesbury and even other areas in the Western Cape. We therefore would like call on any support from the public to help her achieve her dream to participate in this national pageant,” says Rhazia Hamza – West Coast College Deputy Principal: Innovation and Development.
For more info on how to support this young lady please contact Soyisile Ntombela at 022 482 1143