Miss Namibia 2021: Meet the Top 15 finalists

Following its cancellation last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Miss Namibia 2021 pageant will finally be held in Windhoek on June 5.

Nadja Breytenbach, who represented her country at the Miss Universe 2019 pageant, will crown her successor at the end of the event that will air live across NBC Television and the official social media platforms.

The national organization has yet to announce if the winner will compete internationally, either Miss Universe or Miss World, later this year.

Here are the Top 15 finalists vying for the coveted national title:

Chloe Ashley Brandt - 22, from the resourceful Uis in the Erongo region. She is a law graduate who stands for women empowerment, education, and justice.

Stella Da Costa - 23, an office administrator who believes in the power of achieving anything regardless of the circumstances or background.

Annerie Mare - 26, from Kamanjab, currently doing her Bachelor’s Degree in counseling. Her hopes are for Namibia to be a self-sufficient country.

Prisca Anyolo - 25, from Windhoek. She is a journalism graduate, a presenter, and a self-taught makeup artist who advocates for the eradication of poverty in Namibia.

Happy Auala - 26, a graphic designer and self-taught fashion designer from Windhoek. She believes she is an elevator who is ready and determined to carry the country to greater heights.

Helvi Amadhila - 26, a qualified dentist from Ongwediva. She is passionate about health and youth development and women empowerment.

Esther Ashipala - 27, a call center agent from Windhoek who stands for self-empowerment as it improves the community.

Chantay Ndjawella -  19, an aspiring doctor. She plans to invest in young Namibians' dreams by sharing her own life experiences.

Chane Ann Marshall - 26, a qualified dermatologist who is currently working with both local and international doctors. She stands for each and every future leader that has lost hope in their dreams and wants to inspire and empower the young ones into achieving all they set their minds to.

Milumbe Katowa - 25, a pharmacist intern and entrepreneur. She stands for health and youth development.

Chelsi Shikongo - 23, an international model, a full-time creator and activist from Walvis Bay. She stands for body neutrality.

Shahida Van Zyl - 25, currently pursuing her second human resource degree and strongly stands for youth development.

Aurelia Samuyenga - 23, born and bred in the capital city, Windhoek. She is a final-year student majoring in business management.

Michelle Mukuwe - 21, a student at the University of Namibia currently studying entrepreneurship. She was born and bred in Rundu and holds the Miss Rundu title.

Andeline Wieland - 25, a two-degree holder, jewelry designer, and performer who is driven by the passion to run her own businesses. She advocates for body positivity and the slogan “health not size”.

Photos: AJ Kruger / Miss Namibia

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