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WINNING FASHION4AFRICA 2019 The judges, Anna Ellis, Benjamin Kitoko and Adebayo Jones unanimously agreed that Monalisa Ncube based on technical skills was far best the winner having the edge over Grace De Veer who was another favourite of the crowd let alone the judges. Monalisa was stunned not realising she had won which reminded F4A of a past winner Niki Moyo who was also unaware she was announced the winner in 2017. So.........did the trade mission to Ghana take place? Blaming it all on Covid-19 would have been the easiest excuse saving us all face, to be a perfect cover-up, however, it would also be a very tiny part of the truth. What happened is not a black, white, Asian or mixedrace issue – It was a human issue! Despite coming so close to the finish line of the challenging race Monalisa had a meltdown– pure and complicatedly simple! ‘A fear of what we can achieve with the World watching’ is within us all however, in some more than others thus procrastination, distrust, paranoia, negativity and selfdoubt sips in.

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