Inaugural Queen Esther Pageant Unveiled


The highly anticipated inaugural Queen Esther International Beauty Pageant has been unveiled and will be held on April 13 at Cresta Maun.

Vehai Tjiriange, the executive coordinator of Queen Esther International Beauty Pageant, radiat-ed enthusiasm as she shared, “We’re thrilled to announce the 2024 edition of the Queen Esther Beauty Pageant. This year holds immense promise, building on our journey since our humble be-ginnings in 2010. Our program has been instrumental in nurturing the women of tomorrow, with shining examples like our 2012 Queen Esther winner, Miss World Africa 2024, Lesego Chombo, embodying the belief and hope we invest in our participants.”

Tjiriange went on to unveil the international scope of the event, highlighting participants from 15 different countries across Africa. The inaugural Queen Esther International Beauty Pageant, slat-ed for April 8th to 13th, 2024, at Cresta Maun.

Aligned with the theme of “mobilising and empowering girls and young women to take action,” the event aims to address critical issues such as the underrepresentation of women in leadership, STEM fields, as well as mental health and substance abuse awareness.

At its core, the Queen Esther International Beauty Pageant is more than just a competition; it’s a transformative leadership mentorship program for young women. With a mission to empower the girl child and young women to become exceptional role models and change agents in their com-munities, the pageant offers comprehensive training in servant and transformational leadership, alongside essential life skills encompassing politics, governance, and stewardship.

Explaining the significance behind the pageant’s name, Tjiriange elaborated on its inspiration from the Biblical figure of Queen Esther, renowned for her valiant virtues which included cour-age and patience. Tjiriange emphasised that each winner and participant carries forth a timeless message of women empowerment, echoing Queen Esther’s enduring virtues.

As excitement builds for the upcoming extravaganza, the Queen Esther International Beauty Pageant stands as a beacon of empowerment, poised to redefine beauty and leadership for generations to come.


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