A walk on the red carpet

Miss SSS 2019 huge success

12 July 2019 | Education

Linette Paulus





Swakopmund Secondary School(SSS) held its annual Miss SSS beauty pageant on the 28 June 2019. The pageant was organized by Ms. Matias and Ms. Kashongo. Under the theme “a walk on the red carpet” the 20 contestants all fought to be crowned the supreme beauty of SSS. The ladies all looked extremely elegant and presented themselves in true SSS spirit, with grace.

The event was attended in huge numbers and the audience was entertained by various dancers including the Mawiliez, Elemtrix and many others. The performance the however knocked the roof down was by former Namibia Music Award (NAMA) winner Kalux. Learners, teachers and the audience all screamed their lungs out as he performed various electric Damara punch tunes. Kalux was amazed by the support he received and concluded by saying that it was

the best school he ever performed at.

Sharon Dawids a grade 12 learner was crowned Miss S.S.S, alongside her first princess Leoniece and second princess Giovanni Uatema in grade 10. The noise was deafening as the winner were being announced and she could not hold her emotions back. According to Dawids she is honored to be the face of SSS. “When my name was announced it came as a big shock to me as all the ladies who participated looked stunning and all deserved to win, the journey was rather tough but very rewarding in the end,” she concluded.

Former Miss S.S.S Amalia Karuaihe made her final walk on the runway before handing down the crown to Sharon. Her eyes were tear filled as she congratulated Dawids. “I am both excited and sad to hand over the crown. I wish Sharon nothing but the best in her reign and I am there to give her any support she may need,” said Karuaihe. The SSS community would like to wish Sharon all the best.

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