Pictures: Miss World Zim crowned

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Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Eatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.

Twenty-five-year old Emily Tatanga Kachote, a financial advisor with Old Mutual, was on Saturday evening crowned Miss World Zimbabwe after shrugging off stiff competition from a bevy of 14 contestants at a colourful ceremony held at Mermaids Pool in Shamva.

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Contestants take to the ramp dressed in national colours in the first segment of this year's edition of  Miss Zimbabwe which was Saturday April 25 at Mermaids Pool in Shamva.
Contestants take to the ramp dressed in national colours in the first segment of this year’s edition of Miss Zimbabwe which was Saturday April 25 at Mermaids Pool in Shamva.
Dancers perform at the event.
Dancers perform at the event.
Leonard Zhakata performs at the Miss World Zimbabwe pagent.
Leonard Zhakata performs at the Miss World Zimbabwe pagaent.
Miss Zimbabwe Trust chairperswon Marry Mubaiwa-Chiwenga, and her husband Zimbabwe Defence ForcesCommander,  General Constantine Chiwenga enjoy the pagent.
Miss Zimbabwe Trust chairperson Marry Mubaiwa-Chiwenga, and her husband Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantine Chiwenga enjoy the pagaent.
Models dressed in different designs of macramé take to the ramp.
Models dressed in different designs of macramé take to the ramp.
Christian rapper Mudiwa 'Hood' Mutandwa performs at the pagent.
Gospel rapper Mudiwa ‘Hood’ Mutandwa performs at the pageant.
Models show off their evening wear dresses.
Models show off their evening wear dresses.
Outgoing Queen Tendai Hunda walks on the ramp saluting delegates ahead of the crowning segment.
Outgoing Queen Tendai Hunda walks on the ramp saluting delegates ahead of the crowning segment.
Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Eatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.
Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Tatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Poor cameraship, we cant even see the Miss Zim face, we hear she is ugly and related to a ZANU PF guru, is that true?

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  3. This is pathetic….now not sure whether its the picture quality and professionalism lacking in all this or its just the politisizing of everything…….nxaaa! So….madhaka so…ndozvinganzi kuno representa nyika…so…nxaaa! Kutishoresa mhani…Zimba inevana vakanaka….vanenjere…vanogona kugeza futi..! Zanupf yaoresa zvinhu akomana…this is very bad…..! Ko masojisti (soldiers) arikutsvagei at this function……nxaaaaa…pfutseki mhani!!!

  4. Guys its the picture quality, the lady is pretty.Compare the picture quality of Miss South Africa and Miss Zimbabwe and you will realize that Zimbabwe is behind in technology and skills.Even the stage is poor.lt cant compare with the master lighting and equipment at Miss SA

  5. Great picture of her elbow, thanks. That’s why I came here, I searched for “Elbow of New Miss World Zimbabwe”.

  6. I tut we in Nigeria were backwards but wen I saw miss Zimbabwe conteset I knew we’ve gone a bit farther… you guys shud just produce ladies dat will do well in miss world pageant.

  7. Miss Zimbabwe is deliberately ignoring new talent that does not have history in favour of models who have a reputation in Harare circles. Thabiso, Tendai, Emily all have one thing in common they are models from the 2011/12 Kaseke era. Thabiso and Emily go even further as they both are from the same modeling agency (Zim Gossip) Emily having being Miss harare overcoming Tendai who did not get any title in the same paegent. Other models from the same era like Panashe and Hildah to name a few. Miss Zimbabwe did not really take any measures to stop this from happening as well. Prior to the Mrs Chiwenga time the finalists would be publicised in the media which would allow for things like nudes to surface before the finals. However the trust was silent on who the actual fianlists were and articles about the unveiling did not have the names of the finalists. The public only got to know their names during the paegent. The trust needs to work with local modeling agencies as ladies who are serious about modeling usually belong to one and agencies have rules and keep a tab on their models so it very unlikely to have this sort of embarrassing thing keep recurring.

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