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2020

Miss Supranational Namibia 2020 Top 5 Hot Picks

23 Sep 2020 | Ana Walia

Miss Supranational Namibia 2020 is all set to host its coronation night on 3rd October 2020 where stunning beauties from all over the country will compete for the national crown and an opportunity to represent Namibia in Miss Supranational 2020. Yana Haenisch Miss Supranational Namibia 2019 will crown her successor at the end of the event finale.

The organization had revealed the name of the semi-finalists who will be competing for the national crown. The batch boasts of stunning and talented ladies who aspire to represent Namibia with passion and sincerity. We have selected the top 5 delegates who according to us have the potential to win the title and represent Namibia at Miss Supranational 2020 stage.

Let’s look at the potential candidates for the title of Miss Supranational Namibia 2020:

Andeline Wieland

Andeline Wieland is 25-years-old and is a coach and a mentor for the aspiring beauty pageant contestants. “I am going to do my best. Namibia is filled with beautiful women, so I am excited about getting to know them along the way,” she said. She was also Miss Teen Namibia 2012 and has learnt to love serve her community wherever she is and have learnt that this truly adds to the wealth of your life. If she wins the crown, she has mentioned, “I will continue with my own dress rental charity organization, ‘The Snow-White Project’, which I established in 2012. Due to many needs created by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, I am also keen to collaborate with and help feeding programs around the country.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Monique Smith

Monique Smith is also one of the strongest contenders for the title of Miss Supranational Namibia 2020 who wishes to represent the country at the international stage. She states that the reason she decided to participate at the competition is because “to truly challenge myself and to work on myself, enhancing my sense of self-development. I also want to learn how to be true to myself in the most unrealistic situations and present this self to the world with poise, grace, and confidence.” Monique’s mission in life is not merely to survive but to thrive and with passion, compassion, humor, and style.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Mathilde Daniel

Mathilde Daniel is a model who is also a human rights activist and would use the platform to educate and works towards the same. She is a part of an NGO, ‘EduArise Foundation’ which is an academy that provides tutoring, counseling, and mentorship services to learners with all type of impairment/ disabilities at no cost. She believes that the Miss Supranational Namibia beauty pageant is much more than a beauty pageant. The word supranational explains itself; it means to have power or influence that transcends national boundaries or governments. She stated, “I am ready to take up a larger role in the community, as I fully exist as myself.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Leone Renate van Jaarsveld

Leone Renate van Jaarsveld is 24-years-old and is one of the contestants who is vying for the title and is very excited to be a part of such prestigious stage. She has mentioned, “This experience has thought me to always be grateful towards your support system, which not only comes from your friends and family, but also the ones that envision your goals, to help you achieve them.” She is confident that she will be able to perform her best at the competition and win it.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Johanna Nashandi

Johanna Nashandi is 22-years-old and is not new to the beauty pageant world as she was one of the finalists at Miss Namibia 2019 and feels very humbled and blessed to be a part of Miss Supranational Namibia 2020 stage. She has stated, “My principle of inspiration to take part in miss supranational Namibia was not only to challenge myself but to re enforce the importance of entrepreneurship to the youth, especially women.” Johanna feels that the platform will help her to impact, empower and add meaning to the lives of many people in her community.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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