We’d previously hinted our resolve to host a beauty competition for young and beautiful South African ladies, a move that was aimed at delivering a young, determined, beautiful, and brainy Mzamsi female youth.
“The ‘Queen’ will lead all SurgeZirc SA’s community-based project each service year” SurgeZirc Media CEO, Mrs. Xoliswa Zewas hinted while briefing entertainment crew charged with running the beauty pageant competition, 28 August in Randburg.
The SurgeZirc Media boss who recently announced the extension of the multimedia blogging company to India, last week while promising that its France edition launch date is fast approaching also added that, the beauty pageant competition is currently placed on hold as moves that were made to obtain support from appropriate authorities were not successful.
“We have been advised to hold-on with the competition for now due to government regulations on social distancing and other measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus”. She added.
Mrs. Zewas assured that the competition must hold, as she had always wished to contribute to the development of South African youths beyond the media hype.
“It’s a passion, I want to impact my community. I want to produce a beauty queen that will lead our community-based project scheduled for 2021 and the years ahead.”
“So if we are not allowed to hold the competition this year, then early next year it will hold. For now, the administration aspect of the beauty pageant and The Community And I project is ongoing and will soon complete.”
“We’re encouraging everyone who sent in mails to participate in the competition to keep checking so as to know when to re-apply. The date for a new application will be announced soon.”
If you believe that you’ve got what it takes to be Miss SurgeZirc SA, both beauty and brain, plus the interest to work on a very impactful community project, then keep checking as you will soon be allowed to apply for the competition at ‘Level 0’.