Miss Malawi Irelands to venture into charity, speaks to Nyasa Times

Newly crowned Miss Malawi Ireland, 25 –year-old Denise Zambezi has said charity work is one of the most important aspects of being a  beauty queen.

In an exclusive interview with Nyasa Times after being crowned last week Saturday in Dublin, Zambezi a trained lawyer who is studying for Masters in international human rights, said  she was motivated to join the contest to get the platform of  doing charity work for the impoverished people in Malawi.

“What motivated me to join the beauty contest is that I would like to represent Malawi in a positive light and Miss Malawi gives me the platform to do so. It will give me the opportunity to start become more associated with charity organizations and promote and bring Malawi culture overseas,” said Denise.

Denise: Miss Malawi Ireland

Denise: Miss Malawi Ireland

“Now that I have the crown, I would like to use my status to help children here and particularly Malawi where many children are orphaned at a young age due to the HIV and AIDS epidemic,” she told Nyasa Times.

Denise said she will source second-hand clothers , shoes and education books for disadvantaged children in the southern African nation.

She pointed out beauty contests  are sometimes criticised for being about external appearance, but these days things like charity work are just as important.

Fast facts:

  • Denise is studying for a Masters Degree in human rights law at University College Dublin.
  • She graduated  with  law degree  at the University of Pretoria in South Afric
    Crowned Miss Malawi Ireland: Denise

    Crowned Miss Malawi Ireland: Denise

    On cat-walk

    On cat-walk

    Malawi beauty and brains: Denise

    Malawi beauty and brains: Denise

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