The Miss SA Pagent is gearing up for its first-ever virtual finale and we just can’t wait to see who will be taking over Sasha-Lee Olivier as the next Miss SA.
We got a taste of what the gorgeous Top 10 Miss SA finalists love to cook and eat and we are loving it.
Passionate about healthy, sustainable food, Chantelle Pretorius (24) from Tshwane, Gauteng has a diploma in nutrition and is currently completing her B.Com Business Management degree through Unisa…
Beauty, brains and a taste for aromatic curry, Limpopo born Miss SA hopeful, Shudufhadzo Musida is currently studying towards an honours degree in international relations.
24-year-old Miss SA hopeful Lebogang Mahlangu’s spicy Nacho recipe is the perfect quick and easy snack to make for a movie marathon.
Dr Thato Mosehle is literally a life saver, completing her internship at a Klerksdorp hospital where she has been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Karishma Ramdev is a medical doctor at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital. The Durban born beauty has always dreamed about winning the Miss South Africa title.
Melissa Nayimuli is a creative professional and hopes to help bring an end to Xenophobia in South Africa, Africa and the world as Miss SA.
24-year-old marketing associate Aphelele Mbiyo is passionate about women empowerment and dreams of starting her own academy for girls.
Raised as part of a family of legal-eagles, it is no surprise that Natasha works at an attorney’s office. Unlike her brother and sister, who are both attorney’s, Natasha’s creative streak lead her to a career in public relations. Natasha is also the owner and founder of fashion label, Natalia Jeffreys
Former Miss SA and Miss USN Fitness Busisiwe Mmotla is a teacher and down to earth Kasi girl with a passion for family and community development.
Jordan van der Vyver is the not so average girl next door, living her dreams as an international model and hope that her success will inspire young girls to live their dreams too.