Nokia Face of Africa Finalists Head for South Africa

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AfricanModels_SeanPaul_BeenieMan_SexyGirls_DancehallReggae.jpgThe 12 remaining semi-finalists for Nokia Face of Africa 2006 have left Botswana (home of last year's winner Kaone Kario) for Cape town where they are to have their second Model Boot- Camp. The African queens were initially 17 in number selected from across the African continent during 12 casting sessions held in 12 African cities and were taken to Gaborone (Botswana) on June 26th for the first Camp eliminating five of them.

Tanzania's sexy Zuhura Mrisho Watuta and Kenya's law student Gertrude Ogada along with Chipo Ngoyi (Zambia),Phumelele Mtshali (South Africa), and Selamawit Adamu Teshale (Ethiopia) headed home after the first round elininations.

The remaining ones include Uganda's Muniirah Namakula, 21, 5'11, Andenyi Anjalo, 21, from Kenya, Aisha Danjuma, 22, and Ishioma Onyebo, 18,1.76m (5'9"), from Nigeria, Catherine Hemans-Yankey (Ghana), in addition to Deline Maiyiwa, 21, from Zimbabwe,Kea Basima, 19, from Botswana, Sandra Bigirimana, 18, from Burundi, Mirash, 21, from Ghana and Venantia Otto, 18, from Namibia.

Dancehall_Reggae_fricanModels_SeanPaul_BeenieMan_SexyGirls_DancehallReggae.jpgThe remaining cuties are competing with professional models at the Cape Town Fashion Week, which began on Tuesday and ends on saturday. For each booking a girl makes she earns points. At the end, the two girls with the least points will be eliminated, while the rest will proceed to the finals to be held on Sunday August 13 at Sun City in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The winner will get a three-year modelling contract worth $150,000 with New York's Elite Model Management.