“We are incredibly honoured to be working with Women4Women as our official non-profit organization of the Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa pageant”

 

(Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa 2019, Matapa Maila-Rikhotso)

Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa brought together 100 beautiful queens who came with their friends and families to the annual Women 4 women high tea. The 100 semi-finalists gathered at Emperors Palace for a fun-filled morning at an event that sought to raise funds for those who are less privileged.

I am so excited about the times we are currently living in, where glass ceilings are being broken, where women are supporting women and where the Future is Female” – these were Mrs SA CEO, Joani Johnson’s opening remarks met by applause from women who came together for one cause – supporting each other.

Founder and CEO of End Girl Hate, songstress Leanne Dlamini belted Alicia Key’s Superwoman, a song that has become a favourite at the W4W high tea. Women 4 women and Tammy Taylor Mrs SA are women empowerment movements that have over the past 8 years brought women together, encouraging them to be each other’s cheer leaders and raising funds for charity. Women4Women is the brainchild of Mrs SA principal judge, Cindy Nell-Roberts.

 

 

“We have, over the past 8 years, listened to the incredible stories of the women we have had the privilege of working with. We wanted to create a platform for these women so they may continue with the incredible projects within their various communities.  With this vision, Women4Women was born”, said Joani. 

“We are incredibly honoured to be working with Women4Women as our official non-profit organization of the Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa pageant”.

Reigning Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa, Matapa Maila-Rokhotso took to the stage and shared how as a young girl who grew up with very little is today so privileged to be part of a movement that brings about change.

“I’m so proud to be part of a movement that takes pride in improvong the lives of others. Let's continue to be women for other women, shine that torch bright because we rise by lifting others", said Matapa.

 

 

 

By Amanda Matshaka

Images: Yami Nhlenyama

 

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