Finalists in the Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia pageants will be revealed this weekend at a Winter Bash and Luncheon events hosted at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino.
The Miss Namibia organization will also host a sponsor’s event on 22 July where the public can look forward to a big announcement to be made about the pageant.
NBC Corporate Communications Officer and Miss Namibia Preliminary Judge, Beaulah Boois-Beukes added: “Following the huge announcement to be made later this month, the Miss Namibia organization will reveal upgrades in prizes and incentives for the winners and then we can answer the “what will happen differently this year” question – but until then, watch this space!”
Boois-Beukes further added that as for this weekend, the public can look forward to a great runaway show by the contestants who themselves will be anxiously waiting for the announcement of the Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia finalists.
The Miss Namibia category finalists will be announced on Saturday 9 July whilst the Miss Teen Namibia finalist contestants are expected to be announced 10 July. Tickets to the Miss Namibia Winter Bash and Miss Teen Namibia Luncheon are still on sale and available at the broadcaster’s head office in Windhoek or obtainable countrywide by calling Elvira on 061 291 3142/3 or sending an email to email@example.com.
The Miss Namibia finalists will make their way to the country’s coastal town of Swakopmund on Monday 11 July, where they will visit various charity organizations and local tourist destinations, whilst the Miss Teen Namibia finalists look forward to a two-day excursion to Gocheganas Luxury Lodge.
The Miss Namibia Preliminary Judges: Gerine Hoff, Odile Gertze, Beaulah Boois-Beukes, McBright Kavari and Dr Esperance Luvindao had a massive task before them selecting the Top 12 as was equally the case for Miss Teen Namibia judges; Andeline Wieland, Ilke Platt, Rukee Kaakunga and Miss Namibia 2019, Nadja Breytenbach.
“The contestants are not only beautiful but talented, educated and well spoken! The selection process was gruelling and really tight simply based on the various expertise the contestants have to offer not only the pageant but the country too,” Boois-Beukes mused.
She said that the contestants of this year are equally all giving back to the community with various charity organizations and causes – they are ploughing back into their communities without the title and that this is very commendable and inspiring to young women across the country.
Compared to last year, the Miss Namibia organization is looking forward to hosting a live event. In the advent of COVID-19 and regulations set in place, the Miss Namibia pageant was a virtual crowning ceremony and this year, the organization is able to accommodate the public.