Each contestant entered Miss Hellene 2016 for a specific purpose. Whether it was to challenge themselves and prove that they could accomplish something they never thought would interest them; or to do what they could to give back to the Hellenic youth of South Africa – through this prestigious platform.
I am 20 years old and I am currently studying BCom Law at Wits University.
I was born in Johannesburg, South Africa but my Hellenic roots stem from Paphos and Rizokarpaso in Cyprus. Although I have never been to Cyprus, I am extremely proud and passionate about my heritage and culture
I am 22 years old and I live and study in the best city in the world - Cape Town! I study Politics, International Relations, and Economic History at the university of Cape Town and with this I plan on changing the world one day.
My Hellenic roots stem from my
Someone once told me not to bite off more than I can chew; I said that I would rather choke on greatness than nibble on mediocrity.
I am 21 years of age and I am a student. I am currently studying Cosmetology, but more specifically, Makeup artistry and Prosthetics at Sharon
I am currently doing my masters in Industrial Psychology and work as a flexitime human resources candidate practitioner. I am 26 years old and I am lucky enough to descend from both Greece and Cyprus. My Greek roots come from Ithaka and Pelopponiso and my Cypriot heritage is from Anavargos
I am 18 years old and in Matric at SAHETI. I'm currently situated in Johannesburg but my Greek roots stem from Paliro Faliro in Athens.
I entered Miss Hellene for a number of reasons: the lifelong friendships, the exposure to meet new people in our Greek community, as well as the
“In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.”
I am 21 years old from the beautiful city of Jacarandas. I am currently in my final year of Brand Building and Management at Vega. My family originates from a small village called Agios Nikolaos, which is in the bottom
I am 23 years old. I am currently a qualified Somatologist and second year Psychology and Labour Relations student at the North West University
I am also a proud Cypriot woman. My favourite vacation spot in Cyprus is the beautiful Limassol. An interesting fact about myself is that I love to
I'm twenty-two years old from the vibrant city of Johannesburg but my Hellenic roots stem from Athens and Kefalonia.
I'm an interior designer and a dancer. I enjoy trying all kinds of new things, for example, extreme sports or experimenting with strange food combinations like oranges and peanut-butter. Every challenge comes
I am 20 years old, currently in my second year studying Actuarial Science at Wits. I am half Cypriot and half Greek but I was born and raised in Johannesburg.
I attended SAHETI School where my Hellenic upbringing was further reinforced, thus from a young age, I was made to be
I am 20 years old and I’ve grown up in a loving Greek home in Pretoria. Raised by both of my Greek parents, who have instilled values and morals in my life from an early age, and who have imprinted true Greek ‘paradóseis’ in my heart which I carry with
I am 22 years old and I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Durban. I love being outdoors and my two favourite things to do are scuba diving and skate boarding.
I am a qualified teacher and I am currently completing my honours degree in Learner Support. One
I'm 21 years old. My Hellenic roots are from my grandparents who came from Thessaloniki and I stay in Johannesburg and Pretoria.
I am currently studying a BPolSc (Political science and International relations being my core modules) at the University of Pretoria. I want to be a diplomat as my end goal.
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Around 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon we departed for the Miss Hellene 2016 Weekend Away! The mini bus was loaded with luggage, committee members, contestants, make- up artists, videographers and a photographer. And so began our road trip to St Ettiene In Limpopo.
It was about a 5 hour drive till