Cosmo City beauty pageant Lebogang Rangongo is one of Miss Common Wealth SA finalists, and she believes she will do her best to positively influence young women.
The 20-year-old Damelin College student has been involved in community development projects including donating to the needy. She told the Chronicle that she wants to bring change through beauty pageant.
“I entered Miss Common Wealth SA to uplift a girl child especially those who are underprivileged,” she said.
“I was raised by a grandmother in Limpopo Ga Mphahlele, and I believe that charity begins at home. Therefore, I started doing my campaign at Thageatala Secondary School in Limpopo where I donated pads to students. I have some projects to run in Cosmo City. I am currently planning to do feeding project in December.”
Miss Commonwealth South Africa is a beauty contest which aims to empower young women between the ages 20-32 years with a platform to bring sustainable change ensuring they become charity as well as Cultural Ambassadors in South Africa. Miss Commonwealth South Africa also mentors young women who want to hold key positions in society further making a difference.