Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi teams up with insurance company 1st for Women

Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi teams up with insurance company 1st for Women

Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi teams up with insurance company 1st for Women

Mantsho clothing is teaming up with insurance company 1st for Women and Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi for its special Fearless range. Senior Makerting Manager at 1st for Women Insurance Casey Rousseau told Daily Sun the label started by Palesa Mokubung in 2014 has launched an exclusive collaboration with the insurance company and Zozi to support Mzansi women to live fearlessly.

“This collaboration coincides with the launch of 1st for Women’s new Fearless campaign that features Zozibini, an icon of strength, courage and resilience.”

Casey said the T-shirts feature Mantsho’s bold prints, symbolising the path of a woman ready to deconstruct in order to rebuild and is decorated with the word “fearless”, making them statement T-shirts. She said 20% of the proceeds would be donated to the 1st for Women Foundation to help fight against women abuse.

Palesa said the designs represent courage, coupled with colour and charisma.“The Ts make a bold statement and serve as a reminder that women have everything within them to be who they want to be and do what they want to do. It encourages an attitude of fearlessness. It’s also a statement to the rest of the world that you are a strong woman, who owns who you are and who you want to be.”

Zozi said the Fearless T-shirts speak to a strong inner attitude“

“Being fearless is both a decision and an action. It doesn’t mean living a life devoid of fear but a life in which our fears don’t hold us back. It’s the audacity to be unhindered by failure or judgement and to walk with freedom, strength and hope in the face of things unknown. Wearing this T will remind women to do just that.”

CEO of 1st for Women Robyn Farrell said since 2005, their foundation has contributed over R81 million to organisations fighting women abuse, assisting over 100 000 victims and survivors.

“Proceeds from the sale of the Ts will go towards our preventative and response programme. This is one of the ways 1st for Women is being fearless, by tackling a problem of pandemic proportions.”

The T-shirts are available via Mantsho Online, Mantsho at Victoria Yards in Lorentzville, Joburg and AfricaRise in Sandton City. Prices range between R350 and R450.

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