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R1-million up for grabs for Miss SA 2019 winner (with entry deets)

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Casting Calls on 13 May 2019
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Miss SA winners who are 2019's ambassadors: 
Ntando Kunene-Mthethwa (Miss SA 2016), Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala (2010), Tamaryn Green (2018), Liesl Laurie (2015) and Rolene Strauss (Miss SA and Miss World 2014)
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Miss South Africa's future was touch-and-go for a while but now the 2019 pageant is back on track, with five winners (in the pic above) replacing Cell C on the billboards.

Cell C, who was the headline sponsor for five years, has decided they've got better things to do with their money and it's a case of good riddance because they were too overly-dominant, hogging the sash i.e. Miss SA bordered on being Miss Cell C. 

The Miss South Africa organisers have clearly managed to pull together cash from other sources so hopefully their new sponsors don't make it all about them instead of the contestants and winner.

The winner will be crowned at the Sun Arena, Times Square in Pretoria on Women's Day (Friday, 9 August) and the pageant will air live on Mzansi Magic and M-Net.

Prizes for 2019

The winner's prizes:

1. R1-million, which makes it a game of Survivor. This is the third year that there's been a million on the table.

2. The title of Miss South Africa.

3. A car and,

4. Other unconfirmed prizes.

For others:

- R250,000 for the runner-up.

- R25,000 for each of the Top 16.

Who is the competition looking for?

This from the organisers:

During her reign, Miss SA needs to be the people’s queen, as she will be spending most of her time engaging with people from diverse cultures in South Africa, as well as representing our nation on an international platform.

Miss South Africa’s qualities are that she is compassionate and inspirational. She is a confident woman, comfortable with speaking to CEOs and dignitaries, while fearlessly using her voice for the charitable cause of her choosing.

Miss SA is hard-working, charismatic and organised and has the world at her feet.


Who can enter

You need to be at least 20 years of age and be under 27 by 9 August 2019.

You must have been born after 1 December 1992 but before 30 November 1999 to be eligible to enter.

You need to be a South African citizen and in possession of a valid South African ID document or passport.

How to enter

You'll find more information on the entry requirements, FAQs and the entry forms on the Miss South Africa website here: Miss SA 2019.

Entries opened today (Monday, 13 May 2019 at 09h00) and close on Monday, 10 June 2019.

The Top 16 will be announced on Thursday, 11 July 2019.
 

Shows in this post: Miss South Africa

Channels in this post: Mzansi Magic, M-Net



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TVSA Team
26 Jun 2019 14:59

TVSA Team edited on
6/26/2019 3:00 PM



The search is over and 35 semi-finalists have been chosen.

They're in a knock-out round now where they'll have to impress the semi-finalist judges who'll choose the Top 16 by July 11th.

Of course Top 35 means nothing until the Top 16 buy anyhoo, this is who's in the running:

- Anarzade Omar (20), from Crown Gardens in Johannesburg, who is a third year BA Strategic Communications student at UJ.

- Anita Jansen (22), from Midrand, who is studying marketing through Unisa and is a yoga teacher and model.

- Anzelle von Staden (26), from Centurion in Pretoria, a B.Com graduate from Tukkies who works at an NGO.

- Beulah Baduza (23), from Hatfield in Pretoria, who is a BA Law graduate and currently doing her LLB.

- Catherine Groenewald (21), from Constantia in Cape Town, who is a first year BA Visual Communications student and model.

- Celest Steyn (24), from Mooikloof in Pretoria, who has a degree in visual communications and is a model and photography company owner.

- Chuma Matsaluka (21), from Nyanga in the Western Cape, who is in her third year in a humanities degree at UCT majoring in anthropology, industrial sociology and political studies.

- Danielle Wallace (26), from Umhlanga in Durban, who moved this month to Cape Town, and is a Bachelor of Social Sciences graduate and full-time model.

- Eloïse van der Westhuizen (24), from Panorama in Cape Town, who has a B.Com and Honours degree in logistics/supply chain management (Cum Laude) from the University of Stellenbosch and currently works as a merchandise planner.

- Errin Brits (22), from Randpark Ridge who is a BA Law Graduate (Cum Laude) and in her first year of LLB.

- Fanelesibonge Mbuyazi (22), from KwaMsane near Mtubatuba in KZN, who is studying for a Bachelor’s degree in computer science and applied statistics from UCT.

- Gabrielle Lochoff (21), from Mooikloof in Pretoria, a first year B Education student at Unisa.

- Hesrie van Heerden (23), from Bellville, who has a BSc Food Science degree from the University of Stellenbosch and is currently working as a food scientist.

- Kay Leigh Sussman (22), from Melrose in Johannesburg, who works at a medical supplies company.

- Keabetswe Kanyane (25), from Montana in Pretoria, who works as an analyst and project coordinator and who graduated with a B.Com in Supply Chain Management at the University of Pretoria and is studying for a B.Com Hons: Logistics Management at the University of Johannesburg.

- Kgothatso Dithebe (24), from Centurion, who is a second-year law student at Unisa.

- Kim Snoyman (26), from Bryanston in Sandton, who is a final year B.Com Economics at Varsity College.

- Lara Steenkamp (20), from Louisvale near Upington in the Northern Cape, who is a third year B.Com law student at North West University.

- Lisa Stoffela (26), who hails from Margate in KZN but who is currently living in Johannesburg, who graduated with a B.Com in Financial Management, is the owner of a small pizza take-away restaurant and is a part-time model.

- Loren Leigh Jenneker (24), from Centurion, who is studying for B.Com degree in Finance at the University of Johannesburg.

- Martinique Ferreira (23), from Bloemfontein in the Free State and currently living in Stellenbosch, who is a digital platform intern.

- Mbali Dlamini (22), from Newcastle in KZN and currently based in Fourways, who is studying for honours in strategic brand communication at Vega.

- Nkosazana Sibobosi (23), from Khayelitsha in Cape Town, who is a film and media student at the University of Cape Town and a model.

- Noluthando Bennett (24), from Kagiso in Krugersdorp, who is a sound engineer with a post graduate diploma in multimedia and web design.

- Nompumelelo Maduna (24), from Rockville in Soweto, who has a B Tech Marketing Management from the University of Johannesburg and is working as a private banker at a leading financial institution.

- Roelien Claasen (23), from Florauna in Pretoria, who is studying B.Com Business Management at Unisa while working as an aftercare teacher.

- Sasha-Lee Olivier (26), from Alberton, who is studying for a marketing and psychology degree at Wits while also working as a model.

- Shaskia John (21), from Laudium in Pretoria, who graduated in Nature Conservation at the Tshwane University of Technology and is currently in her first year of a two-doing part time postgraduate qualification in nature conservation.

- Sibabalwe Gcilitshana (24), from Nqamakwe in the Eastern Cape and currently living in Bellville, who has her Honours in justice and transformation from UCT and is currently working as a parliamentary officer and researcher for Equal Education

- Sisa Mdoda (25), from Sasolburg in the Free State, who has a Bachelor's Technology qualification in Tourism Management majoring in Ecotourism completed at the Vaal University of Technology.

- Tené Minderon (21), from Brakpan, who is a full-time model.

- Tumelo Ntsewa (22), who hails from Polokwane in Limpopo, who is a second-year law student at Wits.

- Xia Narain (23), from Chatsworth in Durban, who has a Bachelor’s degree in General and Industrial Psychology at UKZN Howard Campus and will next pursue her honours degree in clinical psychology.

- Zanele Phakathi (20), from Soweto, who is a first year Business Information Technology student at the University of Johannesburg and model at Boss Models.

- Zozibini Tunzi (25), from Tsolo in the Eastern Cape, who graduated with a ND Public Relations Management from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and is currently completing B Tech in PR at the same institution.

Those choosing the Top 16 are:

- actress and motivational speaker Leandie du Randt,

- Miss South Africa 2015 Liesl Laurie,

- former runway model and casting director Andiswa Manxiwa,

- Miss South Africa 2010 Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala and,

- Women’s Health editor Danielle Weakley.
 


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