Category Archives: Modelling

SHOWCASE OF CHAMPIONS 2017

The 2017 Showcase of Champions is here!

Come and see the champions of 2017 on stage while they inspire with their beautiful performances.

When: 2 September 2017

Time: 17h30 (the show starts at 20h00)

Where: Mosaïek Teatro – 1 Danielle street, Fairland
(Directions)

Cost: R150 pp

Dress: Formal

To book your tickets call: Annerie 073 383 7661 or (012) 548 8673

or email: b2000@iafrica.com

Miss Pre-Teen International and Miss Teen Pageant South Africa 2017

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Mine Fourie shown here in the center of the picture, was crowned as the winner of the Miss Pre-Teen International 2017 Pageant.
1st Princess was Tyque Nelson and 2nd Princess was Basetsana Manaka,  The pageant is the highlight of the SAATME and SACOPA pageant events.

 

 

 

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Miss Teen Pageant 2017 winners were selected and this year Chace Collett was crowned the winner.
1st Princess- Skhulile Mabasa and 2nd Princess- Alexa de Greef

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to everyone who participated!

 

 

 

Entries for 2017 events are already open – download the entry form here.

Little Miss Petite and Little Miss South Africa 2017

The results are out – we have our winners for 2017!

A confident young girl has the power to make real change irrespective of her age and after a fantastic event held at the Batter Boys conference venue, we have our Little Miss winners for 2017.

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Little Miss Petite 2017Jeanna Bissett
1st Princess- Tebello Masilo
2nd Princess- Leone Van Niekerk

 

 

 

 

 

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Little Miss South Africa 2017 – Abigail van Niekerk
1st Princess- Chene Haman
2nd Princess- Chloe-Anne Haripersadh

 

 

 

 

 

Entries for 2017 events are already open – download the entry form here.

SA Future Stars – Expresso Show

SOUTH AFRICA’S FUTURE STARS

With all the air time being afforded to local performers, we are all realizing just how much talent there is in this country, right on our doorstep. So we’ve been speaking to artists who have excelled in the South African Championships of Performing Arts. Let’s take a look at some of the young achievers who are destined to become SOUTH AFRICA’S FUTURE STARS

Published on Jun 26, 2016 – expresso show

Midrand girl: excellent performance at the World Campionships of Performing Arts

This article is about the impressive success story of Brittany Reis, 17 years old girl from Midrand, who won a number of medals and awards competing for modelling and acting at the 2015 World Championships of Performing Arts in long Beach, California.

Quoting directly the article published on the Midrand Tribune:

«She won two silver medals for modelling, four for acting and two Champion of the World Division Awards for Acting. Reis also made it to the grand finale for acting, winning a showcase medal.

The 17-year-old said her love for perfoming arts was inspired when she auditioned for primary school plays. “I was a shy and anxious child and by going on stage I realised that I could be all sorts of different characters, it gave me self-confidence,” said Reis.

“I want to thank Craig du Preez who introduced me to acting, taking a chance on me.”

Her family hopes that after she matriculates in 2017, she can either move to New York or Los Angeles to take up her scholarship at the New York Film Academy. Reis’ mother, Helen said, “We are trying desperately to get the funds together. We need close to R500 000 per year for the two-year study and living costs.”

Reis won the Overall Best Performer for Speech and Drama for the Randburg and Sandton Eisteddfod Region, and for the past three years she has entered the South African Championship of Performing Arts.

“This year I won 16 medals – nine gold, five silver and two bronze, and was selected to be in the final showcase,” she said.

“South Africa does not have many opportunities for performing arts, but I would tell any young person who wants to get into this industry to not hesitate in taking up acting.”»

Should you wish to donate towards Reis’ studies, e-mail Helen Reis at helen@grip-tech.com.