Young Pretoria model gives back to her community – Rekord North

A passionate, young Ga-Rankuwa-born Soshanguve-raised model is not just determined to conquer beauty pageants but to also serve her community while contributing to positive change.

Khutso Ramadi (20), the winner of Miss Ga-Rankuwa 2019 and Miss Glam 1st princess, is ready to empower young girls and locals by giving mathematics, modelling lessons and also helping out at an old age home.

“With great power, comes great responsibility. Which is why I went to four schools in Soshanguve donating uniforms and clothes. No one asked me to do it, no one helped me to do it, as Miss Ga-Rankuwa, I did it to help the kids in my community,” said Ramadi.

Ramadi started modelling in 2016 and she has not looked back.

“My first ever contest and was at Kgalabatsan, as Miss Valentine 1st princess followed by Miss Face of Sosha, where I came third,” Ramadi said.

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Ramadi is also a student at a TVET college in Pretoria where she is studying to be call centre agent.

Ramadi also gives modelling lessons to young girls at Block L.

“Modelling empowers young women to be leaders in their own way and winning helps us to reach our untapped potential,” said Ramadi.

She said winning gave her a strong sense of self.

“I want to open a model agency in Soshanguve to accommodate every young girl from plus-size to petite. I want to also bring a new sense to what it means to be a beautician with heart and brains,” she added.

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