miss sa, so who is she ?
Limpopo has done it again. The province has once again scored itself new leader in the national level. Controversy surrounds her hair fashion, but trust me she has brains.
Name : Shudufhadzo Abigail Musida
Age : 24 (1996 , 18 July)
From : Ha-Mashia, Limpopo
Language : Venda
Campaigns: Eucerin,Woolworths, Nimue Skin International, British Voque, playyourpart.co.za
There is a saying by Brigham Young that goes “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.”
Hard work always pays. Always. Shudufhadzo showcases some of the leadership skills by working hard disciplined. She has been a model, been exposed to campaigns and brands like for Eucerin, Woolworths, Nimue Skin International, British Voque to name a few.
First she went to Vhangani Primary school, then Hoerskool Secunda High School and Bryanston High School.
A typical day to her starts with books and ends with books. She is a book worm. Philosophy the study of general and fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.
But who are you? what makes you?
Responsible: As she is born on Mandela day, she believes in being responsible. She has been part of campaigns that assists youth in being leaders.
Humanitarian: Her dream is/was to help people especially in disadvantaged backgrounds.
She believes in: education, economic and women empowerment, food
security and philosophy.
Her thoughts on Gender Based Violence Against Women and Children " I think as a society we need to change the conversations in the minds that we have. If you are sitting in a group with your friends and objectify women as she walks past, and no one talks nothing about it, that's where we have a problem... we need to reprimand each other"
Be the change you want to see, thanks to Brand South Africa for hosting a campaign Play Your Part. Through her committed goals and her agile discipline to focus, leadership traits can be sifted.
First runner-up was medical doctor Thato Mosehle (25) from Klerksdorp in the North West who received R250 000 in cash. Second runner-up Natasha Joubert (23), a B Com graduate from Pretoria, Gauteng, collected R100 000.
Although she did'nt make it, author wishes to send a big shout out to top five(5) finalist Lebogang Mahlangu from Soshanguve.
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