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Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia's application fees reduced

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The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation has reduced the application form fees for Miss Namibia from N$850 to N$500 for Miss Namibia 2023 while the fees for Miss Teen Namibia decreased from N$700 to N$400.

The application deadline for the pageant has also been extended to 12 April.

The nbc with its Miss Namibia Organization met with Miss Namibia Patron Michelle Mclean-Bailey.

Also present were Miss Namibia Cassia Sharpley with Umbi Karuaihe-Upi, the new Chief Executive Officer.

The event was held together with a promotion of some local products.

Applications for Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia open

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Applications for the Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia competitions are officially open.

The activation event was held at Maerua Mall in the capital.

Those wishing to follow in the footsteps of current title holders Cassia Sharpley and Zoe Karsten are urged to download an application form on www.nbc.na for both Miss Namibia and Miss Teen Namibia or visit the Namibia Broadcasting Corporation's TV and Radio headquarters.

People need to evolve and grow- Sharpley

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As the world is changing in all aspects, people too need to evolve and grow with what it has to offer. 

These were the sentiments made by Miss Namibia 2022, Cassia Sharpley at the Pre-Launch of her Non-Profit Organization, The Honeycomb Haven Foundation

The foundation aids to be a catalyst of hope and endless opportunity where disadvantaged citizens can seek help whether it is mental health related struggles as well as crimes, or just a meal. 

Miss Namibia National Director thanks everyone for overwhelming support

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Miss USA, R'Bonney Gabriel, was crowned Miss Universe 2023 last night during the 71st edition of the beauty pageant.

Representatives from 84 countries participated in the competition.

Gabriel faced off against Venezuela's Amanda Dudamen and Andreina Martinez from the Dominican Republic before she walked off with the 2023 crown.

Namibia was represented at this year's pageant by Cassia Sharpley.

NBC DG urges Namibians to vote for Miss Namibia at the Miss Universe's pageant

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The Director General of the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation, Stanley Similo, has urged Namibians to vote for Miss Namibia, Cassia Sharpley, who is competing in the Miss Universe pageant.

The Miss Universe competition is set to take place on Saturday in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States of America.

Urging people to vote for Miss Namibia, Similo says Sharpley stands a good chance of bringing the crown home.

Miss Namibia Cassia Sharpley motivates athletes to excel beyond limits

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Miss Namibia, Cassia Sharpley, has encouraged athletes to believe in themselves and surround themselves with like-minded people who want to win.

Sharpley remarked on this at a Gender Equality Forum Breakfast hosted by the Namibian National Olympic Committee and the Namibia Commonwealth Games Associations.

Miss Namibia 2022 visits Frans Aupa Iindongo Special Care Center

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Miss Namibia 2022, Cassia Sharpley, paid a visit to the Frans Aupa Iindongo Special Care Center at Okandjengedhi in Oshana Region.

The center was established in 2002 and currently looks after 25 children with special needs.

Some of the children were abandoned by their mothers at the center up to four years ago, and they have since disappeared.

The center needs to be renovated and expanded to the required standard so that it can be registered with the Gender Ministry.

There is also a need for ablution facilities, food, diapers, toys, and stationery.

Miss Namibia 2022, Cassia Sharpley visits some schools in Oshana

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Miss Namibia 2022, Cassia Sharpley, is visiting some schools in the Oshana Region to motivate pupils and encourage them to be their true selves.

She wants to inspire children to be who they want to be and young people to be self-sufficient and independent.

Young people are encouraged to make their voices heard and work hard to achieve their dreams.

She made these remarks when she spoke to learners at Maurits Devenish Private School in Ongwediva.