Miss Namibia receives her prize

The Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation Ltd (NamibRe) held the handover ceremony last week Friday in Windhoek.

19 July 2019 | Art and Entertainment

The Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation Ltd (NamibRe) pledged a cash prize of N$30 000 to the top three winners of the 2019 Miss Namibia pageant. The prize money consists of a cash prize of N$20 000 for Miss Namibia Nadia Breytenbach, and N$5 000 each for the two runners-up, Julita-Kitwe Mbangula as first runner-up and Johanna Swartbooi as second runner-up, respectively.

NamibRe for many years has partnered with countless organisations, including the government, to undertake and support initiatives which aim to uplift, develop and empower the livelihoods of all Namibians.

NamibRe thus recognises the importance of the Miss Namibia pageant and was proud to be one of its sponsors this year. The leadership of NamibRe believes in the Miss Namibia brand and the benefits the beauty pageant offers to young women. The corporation believes that when young ladies participate in the Miss Namibia competition or any other pageant, they develop skills and obtain exposure which makes them strong women. Moreover, the young women who've participated in the Miss Namibia competition will become role models to other young girls in their communities.

“We are therefore proud to be one of the sponsors of the 2019 Miss Namibia and wish Miss Namibia and her two runners-up all their best during their reign and with their future, because the journey begins now,” read a statement from NamibRe.



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