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Miss Universe Zimbabwe speaks

Story by Patience Nyagato

MISS Universe Zimbabwe, Sakhile Dube is confident of making a mark on the world stage after being crowned at the weekend.

The beauty queen will represent Zimbabwe at the Miss Universe global contest set for Mexico in November this year.

The 27-year-old beauty, who was crowned over the weekend after outshining 17 other contestants, is excited to represent the country at another prestigious global event.

“I honestly feel honored to have been crowned Miss Universe. This time around, all the girls came prepared, everyone was fighting hard for the crown, so having been crowned Miss Universe it felt surreal and I’m so excited because I believe that each and every one of us deserved to win the crown. We all have our own unique aspects that makes us fit for the crown, and so winning for me was really exciting and it’s a dream come true. It is something that I’ve always wanted, so for it happening right now it’s a moment of celebration for me and it’s a life achievement and I’m very excited for the journey that is coming.”

Having participated at various international competitions including the Miss Earth, where she made it to the Top 8 in 2022, before taking the Miss Supranational Africa crown last year, Dube is ready for Mexico.

“For preparations, we already started I think the moment you are in boot camp for a pageant, the preparations have already begun. Everyone goes into competition with the intention of winning, so that’s when the preparation begins and I’m already also preparing myself working on my maintaining my body, watching what I eat and also working on my mindset because I believe that it plays a pivotal to role to have a mentally strong attitude in life in general and yeah, I’m also working on my project which is on promotion of equal educational opportunities for orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwean communities and I hope that with this opportunity that Miss Universe gave me I’ll be able to put my project internationally,” she added.

The model and fashion designer, who failed to make it at the Miss Zimbabwe pageant in 2022, believes the sky is the limit.

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