Regional editions of Miss Malawi come to a close this Friday at Sunbird Mount Soche in Blantyre where 13 princesses will battle to represent the Southern Region in the national finals slated for April.
Eight participants—three from Northern Region and five from Central Region—have already made it into the national finals.
“We are remaining with seven spaces for the national finals that will be filled by the deserving contestants from the Southern Region where 13 participants are expected to compete,” said Teresa Ndanga, spokesperson for the Miss Malawi project.
She said the Southern Region finals promise fireworks because all contestants are determined.
Miss Malawi pageantry has rebranded under management of two top media houses—Nation Publications Limited (NPL) and Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS).
The idea is to use modelling as a professional vehicle to managing the country’s soaring population estimated at 17 million.
Mizu Band and Mwini Zinthu star Blaze, an urban artist, said they are set to display a lively performance with an engaging playlist. n