Tram Hoang Luu (43) burst into tears as last year’s winner, Olga Tornor from Austria, handed over the crown at the 40th Annual Mrs Universe pageant, held for the first time in Africa.
The mums and wives from 86 countries kept to a tight schedule, combining rehearsals and CSI initiatives with ‘’play” time.
This year, the students will showcase group dance styles in classical, folk and fusion in an attempt to bring out the greatness of Indian dance in South Africa.
Fashion and style were definitely the order of the day.
According to the fair convenor, Fazila Naidoo, this year marks a historic year for Feedy Needy as they celebrate 10 years of the organisation and fifth successful fair. “The success of the fair is largely dependent on the various service providers, entertainers and the community patronising the event,” she said.
The venue was packed to capacity as the singing starlet kept audiences highly entertained with her medley of songs.
Fans of the talented playback singer are certainly excited to see her perform live in Durban. The atmosphere is filled with excitement.
Mayor of eThekwini, Cllr Zandile Gumede highlighted that the festival not only benefits Kwazulu-Natal communities but also the city’s economy at large.
The event definitely signified women empowerment and togetherness.
Today, the 33-year-old’s love and passion for singing has returned and earned her much success. In an interview with the former Durban resident, she shared her musical journey with journalists.
The talented Durbanite is having a great time with hundreds of locals, who are excited to see him perform live in Chatsworth.