18 January 2013

Zambia: Sphiwe On Talent Search Mission

AFTER successfully graduating over 30 youthful models at a captivating show at Lusaka's club LIV, Sphiwe Benasho the architect of the Pink Diamond Academy is on yet another captivating search.

The stunning but cool internationally acclaimed multi-modeling-title holder, is now looking for models of both gender in their 30s who would mainly be used for commercial adverts for a named bank and other corporate companies.

Sphiwe, who last week proved beyond doubt that modeling should not be restricted to a certain age, height, body size or shape, tells Zamtel Entertainment that her search for the above 30 models would be interesting though it will not be subjected to a competitive display.

She says both male and females who meet the above 30 age criteria should apply through liking the page on face book.

Sphiwe says she has realised that most of her are between 14 and 26 years of age but needs more people of different ages to join her unique world of modeling.

The acomplished model saysshe is looking for talented models and that the response from applicants so far is generally overwhelming.

"I receive over 10 calls per day from people who want to take part in this particular career. Though it would be difficult to get people in their 30s on board, it is amazing that a lot are interested," she says.

She goes on to say that "I am not looking for models that will compete for honors on stage but those that will qualify to make good image appearance of the bank's commercial advertisement." She said.

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