The Voice (Francistown)

26 December 2006

Botswana: Readers Have Voted Pulsating 'Pono' Our Voice Babe of the Year

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A sizzling photo shoot on her 20th birthday back in early November proved to be such a hot hit with our readers that it has earned Kagiso 'Pono' Pule P1000 and the coveted title of Voice Babe of the Year.

"What a way to celebrate Christmas," said a thrilled Pono who could not hide her delight as she received news of the award. " I can't believe I've won when there were so many beautiful girls to choose from." Thanking Voice readers for their support in voting her as their number one, she added with a smile that meant it: "I love you all."

Polling a staggering 94% 'Very Hot' rating from our BTC voting line, she was clearly the popular choice amongst page 3 fans, beating another November beauty, Jacqueline Sesa into second place with 91%.

Now you have another chance to set your sights on the beauty from Thamaga as she poses for our

Christmas issue. And if that isn't enough, you can get more of Pono and her friends in our 2007 Voice Babe Calendar on sale at the give way price of only P25.

We will be back in early January with a new and improved voting system, so keep a look out for that.

In the meantime on behalf of the girls and the production team that bring you Page 3, we wish you all a beautiful Christmas and New Year.

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