Jindela out to help community in journey of Mrs Africa pageant

East London beauty Yonela Jindela has made it to the top 16 of the Mrs Africa 2017 title.

The Mrs Africa pageant was launched in 2006 by Carolyn Baldwin-Botha from Pageants SA and Janet Potgieter.

The aim of the pageant is to create a platform in which the unique qualities of African women can be showcased to the world.

The participating countries include Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Kenya, Swaziland and Mauritius. South Africa will host the grand finale later this year.

All finalists are required to raise funds for Dignity Dream, a non-profit organisation that distributes washable feminine sanitary wear to underprivileged girls and women.

Jindela said she would be heading to Johannesburg next week for the official announcement of the top 16 Mrs Africa finalist.

The finalists were first announced on the Mrs Africa Facebook page last Friday.

This is not the first time Jindela has done exceptionally well in a pageant.

Last year she was one of the semi-finalists for Mrs South Africa.

“Last year was the first time I had entered a pageant and I didn’t know what was expected of me.

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