BUDDING model Mosina Ntsimane said winning the SunBabe title would enable her to get financial aid to do media studies.
Her modelling career started in 2013.
She liked the direction it’d taken and was happy with her achievement.
Her plan is to be one of the household names in the modelling industry, and excel it.
The 22-year-old was excited to win, she saying she worked hard to get people to vote for her and was glad they did.
She told the People’s Paper: “This is a big opportunity for me. It’s a start for me to build my modelling career and make it a success.”
This young beauty, an engineering graduate, said she had the diploma so she could have something to fall back on if modelling didn’t work out.
“I didn’t study engineering by choice. It was to make my parents happy because they didn’t understand my passion for the entertainment industry. I studied for three years, so that I could also be able to follow something I was passionate about,” she said.
Now she’s starting to see where her career is going and the win is a big deal.
“Because Sunday Sun is a big paper, lot of people will see that I’m pushing myself.
“My love for modelling inspires me, and now I’ve entered Miss Jozi.
“I’ll also look to joining other big pageants. I look up to people who work hard to get what they want in life.
“I’m in the top 20 of Shafsoft Studios as an ambassador, and I’m grateful for that,” she added.