Tag Archives: Perseverance

2015 October 2: Liverpool was a great experience

by Somizy Sincwala I started entering pageants in 2012 and with my first attempt I was fortunate to be crowned as the first Miss Uthingo 2012. My journey continued after winning Miss Uthingo. I entered Miss Gay Jozi, Miss Gay … Continue reading

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2014 June 25: I consider myself beautiful not handsome…

    My name is Mamello but am also known as Meme Motaung. Mamello is a South Sotho name meaning perseverance. I was named Mamello by my grandmother and I do not know the reasons behind my name. I am a young proud black lesbian and I … Continue reading

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