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Miss South Africa 2023 is Natasha Joubert

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Natasha Joubert was crowned Miss South Africa 2023 during the 65th Miss South Africa pageant held on Sunday, August 13 at the SunBet Arena, Time Square, Pretoria. The 26-year-old marketing management graduate and entrepreneur from Tshwane, Gauteng won in her second attempt for the national title. She was second runner-up at Miss South Africa 2020 and went on to compete in the 69th Miss Universe which was held in Hollywood, Florida. Bryoni Govender, 26, from Kempton Park in Gauteng, and Nande Mabala, 26, from Zwelethemba, Worcester in Cape Town were the first and second runners-up, respectively. Rounding out the Top 5 were Homba Mazaleni and Melissa Nayimuli while Anke Rothmann and Jordan van der Vyver were the rest of the Top 7 finalists. Hosted by award-winning television presenter, radio personality, actress, and social media personality Bonang Matheba, the much-talked-about event was attended by a special guest and part of the distinguished panel of judges, reigning Miss Universe R&

Miss South Africa 2023: Where to watch final show livestream

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Following weeks of challenges and elimination rounds, the Miss South Africa 2023 final will take place tonight at SunBet Arena, Time Square, in Pretoria. You don't want to miss the Top 7 finalists Bryoni Govender, Natasha Joubert, Nande Mabala, Homba Mazaleni, Melissa Nayimuli, Anke Rothmann, and Jordan van der Vyver, as they fight for the coveted national title and the opportunity to represent South Africa on the global stage. The much-awaited event will also feature reigning Miss Universe R'Bonney Gabriel and an impressive entertainment lineup of South African talents including Siki Jo-an, Jimmy Nevis, Brenda Mtambo, and Robot Boii. Head over to the Miss South Africa App , TicketPro , or the Miss South Africa official website to purchase your general access or VIP tickets. If you can't make it to the venue, you can still watch the show in the comfort of your own home from 6:30 p.m. local time on SABC 3, as well as a live stream of the entire competition available for vie

Miss South Africa 2023: Get to know the Top 7 finalists

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From the Top 12, only seven finalists remained to fight for the title of Miss South Africa 2023 on Sunday, August 13 at SunBet Arena, Time Square, in Pretoria. Keaoleboga Nkashe was eliminated during the last episode of this year's Crown Chasers, a reality show where the finalists compete in challenges and one gets eliminated each week. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss South Africa (@official_misssa) While Levern José withdrew amidst bullying allegations online, the rest of the finalists who were eliminated in the previous episodes were Ané Oosthuysen, Lungo Katete, and Lebohang Raputsoe. Get to know the Top 7 finalists: Anke Rothmann  - 23, is a pharmacist intern who is representing the Northern Cape. She holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the North West University in Potchefstroom. Bryoni Natalie Govender  - 26, from Kempton Park in Gauteng and is a qualified lawyer working as a trainee associate, whilst awaiting admission to become an attorney. Homba Mazal

Miss South Africa 2023 Top 30 contestants officially revealed

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The Top 30 contestants vying to become Miss South Africa 2023 have been officially revealed on Wednesday, May 24 exclusively on the Miss SA App. From 30, only the Top 12, to be announced this June, will have the chance to move on to the finals whose date and venue have yet to be announced. Fan voting on the pageant's official app is now open and will close on Sunday, May 28 at 1 p.m. local time (SAST) so don't miss voting for your favorites to enter the next round of the competition. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss South Africa (@official_misssa) A few familiar faces gave the competition another shot especially Natasha Joubert, Miss South Africa 2020 Top 3 finalist who competed in Miss Universe 2020. Also, finalists from previous years Van der Vyver, Keaoleboga Nkashe, Melissa Nayimuli, and Bryoni Govender are among the contenders for this year's crown. Who will make it to the Top 12? Here are the Top 30: Ané Oosthuysen Anelisa Nxele A

Miss Supranational South Africa 2023 is Ayanda Thabethe

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Miss South Africa 2022 first runner-up Ayanda Thabethe has been officially announced on Tuesday, February 28 as Miss Supranational South Africa 2023. The 23-year-old entrepreneur and model hails from Pietermaritzburg and is pursuing a degree in dietetics and human nutrition from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Her campaign "Project Khulisa" aims to improve the future of all South Africans through nutritional intervention and innovation by mobilizing food solutions through initiatives such as community vegetable gardens, food parcels, and education about diet. “After visiting a KZN orphanage, I was surprised at how little consideration is taken by those preparing and funding the meals into providing the children with nutrient-dense meals as most of their meals are supplied by their schools during the day," she wrote on social media. "I hope to transform the standard of food given to children in schools under the National School Nutrition Programme as well as start a

Miss Supranational 2022 Lalela Mswane to visit Curacao in February

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The Miss Supranational Organization has announced that the reigning queen Lalela Mswane is scheduled to visit Curacao this February. Lalela will be in the Dutch Caribbean island from February 16 to 23 as a special guest of the Miss Supranational Curaçao Organization in collaboration with the Curacao Tourist Board. During her stay, the South African beauty queen is expected to explore and showcase the beauty of the island and take part in the country's Carnival celebrations. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Supranational (@misssupranational) Photos: Miss Supranational

FAVORITES: Who will be crowned Miss South Africa 2022?

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Miss South Africa 2022, the 64th Miss South Africa edition will take place tonight at Time Square's SunBet Arena in Pretoria. A remarkable group of 10 finalists will be vying for the crown and the opportunity to represent South Africa at Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss Supranational. An all-female selection committee including the reigning Miss Universe Harnaaz Sandhu, Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi, and Miss World 2014 Rolene Strauss will have the most difficult task in choosing the most deserving winner. Who will succeed the reigning Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane? Meet our FINAL 5 favorites for the crown: Anarzade Omar Keaoleboga Nkashe Luvé Meyer Luyanda Zuma Ndavi Nokeri Miss South Africa 2022 will be broadcast at 6:30 p.m. local time on Mzansi Magic, Mnet, and live streaming via Miss South Africa app for the international audience. Photos: Miss South Africa

South Africa's Miss Supranational 2022 Lalela Mswane returns home

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Miss Supranational 2022 from South Africa, Lalela Mswane, has returned to her home country two weeks after winning her international title in Poland. The 25-year-old arrived at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg on Friday, July 29. She was warmly welcomed by her friends, family, acting CEO of Brand South Africa Sithembile Ntombela, and the Miss South Africa organizers. At a press conference, Lalela reiterated that her win was not only for herself but for South Africa as a whole. She reaffirmed her commitment to working harder than ever on her projects, which will be focusing on issues surrounding unemployment. With the full support of the Miss Supranational Organization, she will also start addressing the issue of cyberbullying which is something that is affecting many people the world over. Lalela bested 68 other contestants to win her country's first-ever Miss Supranational in a glittering competition held at the Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Małopolska,

CROWNING MOMENT: Lalela Mswane, first South African and woman of color to win Miss Supranational

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South Africa's Lalela Mswane has last night made history not only for winning her country's first Miss Supranational but also for becoming the first woman of color to win the coveted title. "I’m simply at a loss for words," the newly crowned Miss Supranational 2022 said in a statement on social media the day after winning the glittering competition at Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Poland. Lalela succeeded last year's titleholder, Chanique Rabe of Namibia, after beating 68 other women during the 13th edition of the Poland-based pageant. "With this crown I carry the hopes, dreams of women who have come before me and those to come. It serves as affirmation that no dream is too small, no journey insurmountable to conquer. May it be a constant reminder to allow your feet to lead you to wherever it is your heart desires," the 25-year-old shared with a video of her emotional crowning moment. Lalela hails from Richards Bay, in the KwaZulu-Natal prov

Miss Supranational 2022 is South Africa's Lalela Mswane

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Lalela Mswane from South Africa was crowned Miss Supranational 2022 at the Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Poland on Friday, July 15. The 25-year-old law graduate and model who hails from Richards Bay in the KwaZulu-Natal province bested 68 other contestants from around the world to win her country's first Miss Supranational crown. She succeeds last year's winner from Namibia, Chanique Rabe. Praewwanich Ruangthong of Thailand was named first runner-up while Nguyen Huynh Kim Duyen of Vietnam finished second runner-up. The representatives from Venezuela, Ismelys Velásquez, and Indonesia, Adinda Cresheilla were the third and fourth runners-up, respectively. Completing the Top 12 were Colombia, Czech Republic, India, Kenya, Mauritius, Peru, and Poland. Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Ghana, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Malaysia, Namibia, Philippines, Romania, and Trinidad and Tobago were the rest of the Top 24. The new Miss Supranational is no stranger to pageantry. She won

Lalela Mswane to represent South Africa at Miss Supranational 2022

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Miss South Africa Organization has officially announced that Lalela Mswane will be sent to the 13th edition of the Miss Supranational pageant. The 24-year-old beauty was crowned Miss South Africa last October in Cape Town. She went on to participate in the 70th Miss Universe pageant last December in Israel and placed second runner-up among 80 contestants. Miss South Africa CEO Stephanie Weil said, "We are super excited about this year’s edition of Miss Supranational and that Lalela will represent us at this prestigious event." “We once again call on all South Africans to show their support and we believe she will make us all proud,” she added. The new Miss Supranational South Africa is a proud Zulu woman who hails from KwaSokhulu, in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal. She is a professional model, ballerina, and holds a law degree. Miss Supranational 2022 is expected to be held in Poland this July, where Chanique Rabe of Namibia will hand over the crown to her successor at the end o