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The Annual SACTWU Spring Queen 2014 Finals

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On 15th November 2014 SACTWU hosted yet another successful Spring Queen. The Good Hope Centre was packed with 4500 workers attending and being entertained by Cape Town born artist Jimmy Nevis as well as the SACTWU’s Own Talent Contestants, representing their companies.

The fashion pageant showcased local garments and at the same time showing off the ladies who contributed to the manufacturing of the clothing.

This year the SACTWU’s Own Talent competition was won by Taskeen Torien who represented Levi Strauss.



4 ladies took to the stage in beautiful gowns and impressed the judges. After six weeks of practice and trying to find the right look, Emmerencia Jones, from Manenburg, and who works at Meltrade was announced as the SACTWU Spring Queen for 2014.

Charney Smith from TCIA is our 1st Princess, with Chenay Solomons Sweet Orr and Lybro as the 2nd Princess. The prize for Miss Personality was awarded to Kerr Facolyn from R.K Clothing and Alicia Jacobs from Levi Strauss was judged being Best Dressed.