The Gents Club partners with Mr. Commonwealth South Africa Pageant



We’re continuously looking for ways to help out & give back to the grooming as well as the Health & Beauty industry as a whole so when we were approached by the amazing team at Miss Teen Commonwealth South Africa, it was an easy decision. We will be partnering with them in sponsoring the two finalists in this years grand finale being held at the Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City, South Africa.

Mr. Commonwealth South Africa


The event which started off in 2012 with the goal of getting contestants to bring valiue & wealth to their communities through various projects. This coupled with the wide ranging development & empowerment course provided to the finalist, ensuring they have all the necessary skills to tackle their desired project. With all proceeds of the event going to the Beast Cancer Awareness group PinkDrive & more than R700,000 already being raised, this event embodies our values of educated & empowering the community which The Gents Club serves. 

The two gents who are set to take the runway this Friday, August 16th are Bongani Motshoane and Vuyolwethu Mfumbe. Bongani, from Phalaborwa ,Limpopo kicked off his modelling career after his first pageant in 2017 but he’s not all just good looks with him proving you can do both by graduating with his engineering degree! Vuyolwethu, from Mosselbay and works actively in the modeling world, owning his own modeling agency helping young models in South Africa break onto the scene at home & abroad. Both gents come across with a serious passion for what they’re doing all backed by the desire to give back to their communities & promote the causes they believe so strongly in. 

Be sure to check them out on social media or via their website to find out the latest happenings & be sure to  Get your tickets & join us on Friday evening as we watch South Africa’s finest take on center stage at the lyric theatre at Gold Reef City. Buy your tickets here! 

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