Twenty-one-year-old medical student Nancy Tsuro (pictured) was crowned Miss University of Zimbabwe (UZ) last weekend at the Great Hall of the university.
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Tsuro competed against 11 other students for the top spot. The first princess is Ronica Dewa, the second is Tembela Ndlovu, and the Miss Personality crown went to Hazel Dzapata. While each winner will compete in other UZ pageants, Tsuro took the top prize.
According to All Africa, Tsuro won the “cash prize donated by Superpies, a cellphone from G-Tel, a year’s supply of cosmetics from Black Opal, a dinner voucher, and a skin care hamper.”
“The winners automatically qualify to compete in the Miss University’s Zimbabwe competition on top of their award prizes. The first princess qualified to represent UZ at Miss Parade being organised by The Parade Magazine,” she said.
The event was hosted by the Rotaract Club UZ and featured performances from Dongo and Desmond Chideme a.k.a Stunner. There were also model scouts present “who selected some of the contestants to participate in a modeling pageant in Spain as well as SADC Fashion Week.”