My role model is my mother, as she has been the closest specimen for to study and has proved to the true depiction of a strong, African female. She has taught me to love unconditionally and to smile through pain. During my spare time i have dedicated myself to spending time with orphans and i have grown to admire their strength and ability to strongly tell their heartbreaking stories with a brink of hope in their eyes. From them i have learnt what it takes to be human and forgiving others and oneself.
01 Mar MUA Lesotho
On the 30th April 1993 i was born of two parents, Mr. and Mrs. Molefe. I completed my high school in the year 2011 and i aspire to complete my studies at a tertiary level studying Journalism which resumes from this year 2012 in the university. My view on pageants is that; the forever told concept of "beauty with a purpose" should be executed by models. The female beauty should entail heart, humanity and brains, thus serving the needs of our fellow earthly inhabitants. What i perceive is a problem facing most countries in the world is "corruption" – leaders who seek not to step down from their thrones or bribery in almost every organization.