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By Louise McAuliffe | Oct 01, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

SOWETAN Women's Club R10000 makeover recipient Naume Maleka of Limpopo, says she was over the moon when she heard she was the winner.

Maleka was flown from Polokwane to OR Tambo International Airport, where she was met by Revlon project manager Kamo Hlalele and whisked off in a chauffeur-driven limousine.

Arriving in Sandton, Maleka said: "You always see limos on TV but I didn't imagined I would ever ride in one it was fantastic."

The mother of two young boys, Maleka admitted to not having spent money on herself since her sons were born.

"I used to buy a lot of clothes but now I spend all my money on my naughty boys! I'm looking forward to going home a new me."

Image consultant Doris Msibi was eager to get Maleka into the clothing stores, where she picked out clothing to suit Maleka's body shape.

"I am an administrator at Unisa and I rarely get to wear casual clothes," Maleka said.

"I absolutely love the bright colours and styles Doris has picked, especially the shoes.

"They are so beautiful, stylish and sexy."

Chuffed with her purchases, Maleka was escorted to a salon where she was treated to hair extensions.

Maleka put on her new evening dress.

"Wow, is that really me?" she asked.

" I look so beautiful. I feel so good and so pretty. I love my hair - it looks like Beyoncé's.

"The timing of this make-over is just perfect," she explained.

"I have a gala dinner tomorrow night and I know everyone is going to be surprised when they see me."

Rushing off to catch her plane back home, Maleka said: "I hope my boyfriend and my sons recognise me when they pick me up!"

l The next Sowetan Women's Club event is tonight in Polokwane.

Join Florence Masebe, Female Farmer of the Year 2007 Makgoro Mannya, the national chairperson of SA Women in Mining, Alice Phatudi and Theo Kgosinkwe, who will have you dancing to his Afro-pop hits.

It will be held at the Ranch in Polokwane at 6pm for 6.30pm. The dress code is cocktail wear and traditional. The cost is R130 for members and R150 for non-members.

Book by SMSing SWC Polokwane, followed by your full name to 41936 (SMSes charged at R2) or e-mail your booking to You can also book online at or call082-071-0396 for details.


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