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[[File:Phoebe-monjane.jpg|thumb|Phoebe Monjane]] '''Phoebe Monjane''' is a former [[Zimbabwean]] model. In 2004 Monjane, then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from [[Linda Van Beek]] who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign.
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[[File:Phoebe-monjane.jpg|thumb|Phoebe Monjane]] '''Phoebe Monjane''' is a former [[Zimbabwean]] model. In '''2004''' Monjane, then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from [[Linda Van Beek]] who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign. <br/>
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She went to [[Oriel Girls High School]]. <br/>
  
 
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In '''October 2002''', '''Phoebe Monjane''' was crowned Miss Harare 2002 at the Atheneum Hall to book her place in the finals of the [[Miss Zimbabwe]] pageant. '''Monjane''' was selected from 20 girls.<ref name="AA">Margaret Chinowaita, [https://allafrica.com/stories/200210070087.html Zimbabwe: Monjane Crowned Miss Harare 2002], ''AllAfrica.com'', Published: October 7, 2002, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref> Monjane also participated in Miss Summer Zimbabwe.<ref name="ND">[https://www.newsday.co.zw/2015/12/miss-summer-zimbabwe-on-thursday/ Miss Summer Zimbabwe on Thursday], ''NewsDay'', Published: December 23, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref>
  
In October 2002, Phoebe Monjane was crowned Miss Harare 2002 at the Atheneum Hall to book her place in the finals of the [[Miss Zimbabwe]] pageant. Monjane was selected from 20 girls.<ref name="AA">Margaret Chinowaita, [https://allafrica.com/stories/200210070087.html Zimbabwe: Monjane Crowned Miss Harare 2002], ''AllAfrica.com'', Published: October 7, 2002, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref> Monjane also participated in Miss Summer Zimbabwe.<ref name="ND">[https://www.newsday.co.zw/2015/12/miss-summer-zimbabwe-on-thursday/ Miss Summer Zimbabwe on Thursday], ''NewsDay'', Published: December 23, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref>
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In '''2004 Monjane''', then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from [[Linda Van Beek]] who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign.<ref name="H">Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, [https://www.herald.co.zw/thabisos-nude-pics-go-viral/ Thabiso's pics go viral], ''The Herald'', Published: August 7, 2014, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref> Miss Zimbabwe rules stipulate that entrants must not be expecting at the time of their election, nor can they fall pregnant during their 'reign'.<ref name="DM"> JOHN HALL, [https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3120122/Miss-Zimbabwe-stripped-title-photographs-posing-naked-flood-WhatsApp.html Miss Zimbabwe is stripped of her title after photographs of her posing naked flood WhatsApp], ''Mail Online'', Published: June 11, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref>
 
 
In 2004 Monjane, then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from Linda Van Beek who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign.<ref name="H">Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, [https://www.herald.co.zw/thabisos-nude-pics-go-viral/ Thabiso's pics go viral], ''The Herald'', Published: August 7, 2014, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref> Miss Zimbabwe rules stipulate that entrants must not be expecting at the time of their election, nor can they fall pregnant during their 'reign'.<ref name="DM"> JOHN HALL, [https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3120122/Miss-Zimbabwe-stripped-title-photographs-posing-naked-flood-WhatsApp.html Miss Zimbabwe is stripped of her title after photographs of her posing naked flood WhatsApp], ''Mail Online'', Published: June 11, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021</ref>
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:14, 23 August 2021

Phoebe Monjane

Phoebe Monjane is a former Zimbabwean model. In 2004 Monjane, then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from Linda Van Beek who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign.

She went to Oriel Girls High School.

Career

In October 2002, Phoebe Monjane was crowned Miss Harare 2002 at the Atheneum Hall to book her place in the finals of the Miss Zimbabwe pageant. Monjane was selected from 20 girls.[1] Monjane also participated in Miss Summer Zimbabwe.[2]

In 2004 Monjane, then first princess took over the Miss Zimbabwe crown from Linda Van Beek who had fallen pregnant midway through her reign.[3] Miss Zimbabwe rules stipulate that entrants must not be expecting at the time of their election, nor can they fall pregnant during their 'reign'.[4]

References

  1. Margaret Chinowaita, Zimbabwe: Monjane Crowned Miss Harare 2002, AllAfrica.com, Published: October 7, 2002, Retrieved: June 15, 2021
  2. Miss Summer Zimbabwe on Thursday, NewsDay, Published: December 23, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021
  3. Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, Thabiso's pics go viral, The Herald, Published: August 7, 2014, Retrieved: June 15, 2021
  4. JOHN HALL, Miss Zimbabwe is stripped of her title after photographs of her posing naked flood WhatsApp, Mail Online, Published: June 11, 2015, Retrieved: June 15, 2021