Beauty Queens flock to SA for Stop Hunger Now tour

Beauty Queens flock to SA for Stop Hunger Now tour

Johannesburg – Beauty queens from around the world are flocking to South Africa to be a part of the Stop Hunger Now tour. 

Stop Hunger Now is and international campaign working to alleviate the hunger crisis around the world. According to short video clips posted by the likes of Miss World Caribbean 2016, Miss World Asia 2015, and Miss World Africa 2016, the pageant queens are working with the Miss World organisation and Stop Hunger Now South Africa on a week long project in the country.

Take a look at some of their posts here: 

Miss World Caribbean 2016-Yaritza Reyes is at the airport en route to South Africa for the 'Stop Hunger Now' tour#missworld #stopuhungernow pic.twitter.com/wP4mXDjYfW

— Miss World (@MissWorldLtd) July 11, 2017

Miss World Oceania 2016 - Madeline Cowe, has arrived in South Africa for the 'Stop Hunger Now' tour.https://t.co/JIv4mGslg9 pic.twitter.com/0ZJlS17QXC

— Miss World (@MissWorldLtd) July 11, 2017

Miss World Africa 2016 - Evelyn Njambi, arrives in South Africa for the 'Stop Hunger Now' tour.https://t.co/CL5XBcohtX pic.twitter.com/Kuaxftv5W9

— Miss World (@MissWorldLtd) July 11, 2017

Mr World got in on the action as well: 

Mr World - Rohit Khandelwal, arrives in South Africa for the Miss World 'Stop Hunger Now' tour.https://t.co/grnEHVo1Tw pic.twitter.com/wX4vD9msBZ

— Miss World (@MissWorldLtd) July 11, 2017

The news of this massive project has come just days after it was announced that local artist STORM will be releasing a national Anthem on behalf on Stop Hunger Now. 


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