Who will follow in Julita's footsteps?

Yandi Du Plessis
Namibia's new Miss Supranational will be crowned this coming Saturday (March 18) at the Safari Hotel in the capital. She takes over the title from Julita-Kitwe Mbangula, who represented the country on the world stage last year.
Fifteen contestants will be introduced to the audience on Saturday evening before the winner is announced and who will represent Namibia at the 14th Miss. Supranational competition in Poland. Here Lalela Mswane of South Africa will hand over her crown to her successor.
Chanique (Chani) Rabe, the Namibian beauty who in 2021 became the first African woman to be crowned Miss Supranational, is the special guest at this coming weekend's crowning.
Tickets for the event are available via webtickets.com.na or any selected Pick n Pay outlet.
VIP - N$850 per person (exclusive table seating, welcome drink and meal included)
1st row seats - N$550 per person (welcome drink included)
2nd row seats - N$450 per person
3rd row seats - N$300 per person