Model eyes arts ambassadorship


Local model, Alina Ntsiapane, has thrown her name into the hat in hopes of becoming the brand ambassador for the Face of Arts Africa. Ntsiapane is competing with other artists from across Africa for the title.

Originally from Kroonstad, she is currently doing her master’s in Sustainable Agriculture at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein. She is also a runway model at V Models.
The Face of Arts Africa is a competition for aspiring artists who wish to expand their brand.

The Face of Arts Africa and International Arts Talent showcase fall under the Arts Africa, which is a company that grants artists the opportunity to have international exposure at the Arts Convention in the United States of America.

“This competition has been such a beautiful journey for me so far. I had to wake up every day to market and grow my brand in order to get people voting for me. This opportunity of being the Face of Arts Africa is very important to me,” said Ntsiapane.

She added that she wishes to use this opportunity to empower herself as well as others. “I am a brand, a remarkable trendsetter who has a true sense of Africa. Being the Face of Arts Africa will help me make my dreams come true. It will help me to fulfil my purpose in life.

It will also help me to give hope to young artists from a disadvantaged background. As the Face of Arts Africa I want to empower young girls, to be a figure they will look up to since it is something I did not have from my community. This opportunity will help to give meaning to my brand.”

To help Alina Ntsiapane become the Face of Arts Africa, SMS 200 to 35701, SMS costs R3 and free SMSs do not apply. The votes are unlimited. She is also available on Instagram and Facebook: @Alina Ntsiapane.

Seithati Semenokane