SHE might have not won the award, but Theresho Makweya says making it as the Finalist in the 2019 Miss Apprentesses SA is a big achievement on its own.
Goal getter…Theresho Tersha Makwiya who recently graced our TV screens weeks in a Series of VIA on Channel 147 and Apprentesses SA’s reality program, STER-STATUS.
As a Finalist, the 27 year-old beauty model from Lebowakgomo Zone F got an opportunity of realizing her long cherish dream of seeing herself on television.
With its objective as providing a platform for young women who are in the entertainment industry to grow either in modeling or presenting in either radio or television, Theresho and 11 other Finalists graced our screens every Mondays for these past few weeks in a Series of VIA on Channel 147 and Apprentesses SA’s reality program, STER-STATUS.
“It has been my childhood dream to see myself as a TV presenter, and Apprentesses SA has provided me with that opportunity and I am very grateful that finally I have made it on television,” said Theresho who entered the competition in March this year.
Theresho, a model and proud owner of Zai Beauty and Nail Bar added that: “The entire competition has been exciting, from the first five stages/challenges through to the Finalist stage and it has provided me with experience in TV presenting that I will cherish for the rest of my life.”
The competition saw Jaenette Jacobs announced as the competition’s inaugural winner during a colourful event which was held at the Atterbury Theatre in Tshwane on August 10.
“As for me, making it in the finalist of this competition which was highly competed by top models in the country was a great achievement on its own. Moreover I feel good to have represented my hometown and the entire province in this competition,” said Theresho who has described her mother Barbara Makweya as her source of inspiration.
Theresho’s modeling career comes a long way from as young as 15 years and among her accolades include winning Miss Africa 2017, Miss Africa Tourism Universe and many more.