LanguagesSesotho, English, Afrikaans
Current OccupationStudent : Geography & Environmental Management
“Hello & welcome to my page!”
Relebohile hails from a small rural village on the outskirts of the capital city. A Geography & Environmental Management student, she hopes to make a difference in the future, improving environmental conditions and introducing sustainable projects within her community. When not studying, Relebohile enjoys a variety of pursuits, including kayaking, abseiling, netball and needlework to name a few. When it comes to literature, nothing beats a classic fairytale, and Indian cuisine is a firm favourite alongside seafood dishes.
”Lesotho, in my eyes, is a mythical country; with beautiful enchanting mountains and people filled with love and support regardless of your relationship with them.”
Auction Gift - "Flash Forward" Painting
Flash-forward is a mixed palette knife piece which is aimed at challenging the viewer to interpret it how they please. It was inspired by the cartoonist technique of portray speed and motion. It illustrates two figures locking lips and symbolically portraying the youth in fast motion or doing things too fast instead of embracing their present.
What’s your current favourite website?
If you could invite anyone (living or historic) to dinner, who would it be and why?
My father; so I can share with him the events of my life. Get to experience our father daughter bond all over again.
What would be your dream job?
Environmental manager in Lesotho mines.
If you could work with any fashion designer, who would it be and why?
David Tlale. He always adds an African Element to his designs.
What item of make-up could you not live without?
Eyeliner – I have big beautiful eyes and using eye liner makes them pop even more.
Mac or PC?
Sweet or Savory?
If you could have any super power, what would it be and why?
Teleportation – It would be nice to be where I want at any particular time; travel the world in a day.
Which Challenge Events do you feel most confident about?
Why did you enter Miss World?
Because Miss World is one of the few pageants that are shunning objectification of women, focusing more on their intellectual capacity.