Miss South Africa 2021
Miss South Africa 2021, the 63rd edition of Miss South Africa, is all set to be held in October this year where stunning beauties from all over the country will compete for the national crown. The winner and her runner-ups will represent South Africa at either Miss Universe 2021, Miss World 2022, or Miss Supranational 2022.
The official Top 10 finalists were announced on 3rd August 2021 which included Dr. Moratwe Masima, Cheneil Hartzenberg, Kgothatso Dithebe, Jeanni Mulder, Kaylan Matthews, Bianca Bezuidenhout, Lalela Mswane, Catherine Groenewald, Tiffany Francis, and Zimingonaphakade Mabunzi.
The Top 30 was announced on 6 July 2021 which included Andile Mazibuko, Ane Oosthuysen, Bianca Bezuidenhout, Catherine Groenewald, Cheneil Hartzenberg, Danielle Marais, Eloi¨se van der Westhuizen, Ferini Dayal, Itumeleng Baloyi, Jamie Cloete, Jeanni Mulder, Kaylan Matthews, Keashel van der Merwe, Kgaketsang Mathobisa, Kgatlhiso Modisane, Kgothatso Dithebe, Lalela Mswane, Lehlogonolo Machaba, Licalle Isaacs, Lisanne Lazarus, Mawusive Sibutha, Moratwe Masima, Olin-Shae De La Cruz, Pearl Ntshehi, Precious Mndalama, Pumeza Zibi, Savannah de Almeida, Tiffanu Francis, Tshegofatso Molefe and Zimi Mabunzi.
The judges who determined the Top 30 included Melinda Bam – Miss South Africa 2011, Tamaryn Green – Miss South Africa 2018, Liesl Laurie – Miss South Africa 2015, Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala – Miss South Africa 2010.
The accomplished panel of jury who will crown Miss South Africa included Shannon Esra – Actress, Tamaryn Green – Miss South Africa 2018, Basetsana Kumalo – Miss South Africa 1994, Andrea Meza – Miss Universe 2020 from Mexico, Mamokgethi Phakeng – Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Dineo Ranaka – Television and radio personality and Pia Wurtzbach – Miss Universe 2015 from the Philippines.
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