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Model
Annie-Grace Matambu
Annie-Grace Matambu, Miss World Zimbabwe 2015
Born (1996-02-27) February 27, 1996 (age 21)
Residence Zimbabwe
Occupation
  • Model
  • Student
Known for Current Miss World Zimbabwe 2015
Predecessor Emily Tatanga Kachote

Annie-Grace Mutambu is the current Miss World Zimbabwe 2015 representative who replaced Emily Tatanga Kachote after the latter was dethroned due to violating the rules and regulations due to having nude pictures.

Background

Annie-Grace Mutambu was born on 27 February 1996, in Zimbabwe. She studied at Dominican Convent High School, in Harare and is currently still a student (place of study to be advised) Miss Zimbabwe 2015

At the Miss World Zimbabwe 2015 contest, Annie-Grace would come in as First Princess, behind Emily Tatanga Kachote, while pipping Chengetai Kanonhuwa who came in as Second Princess.[1] The event was hosted at Mermaids Pool in Shamva late April 2015 by Miss Zimbabwe Trust and a total of 15 finalists participated.[1] Appointment to Miss World Zimbabwe

In mid June 2015, Annie-Grace replaced Emily Tatanga Kachote as Zimbabwe's representative at the Miss World pageant by virtue of Emily having being disqualified and Annie-Grace stepping in due to having been crowned the First Princess. Picture Gallery

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Brenda Phiri, Miss World Zim crowned, Herald, Published: 27 Apr 2015, Retrieved: 12 Jun 2015