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Miss South Africa will be held in Cape Town!

This year's South African Independent Nomination Ceremony will be held in Cape Town.

The event will take place on October 24 from 5pm and will be broadcast live on Mnet and Mzansi Magic and featured on social media.

The chief executive of the Miss South Africa organization, Stephanie Weil, said they were proud of the role played by the runners-up as many of them had even risen to the top of the pageant.

It will be recalled that some of the former Miss South Africa nominees have won major titles including Rolene Strauss in 2014 who became Miss World, Liesl Laurie in 2015 came out in the Top 10 of Miss World, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters in 2017 took Miss Universe, Adé van Heerden in 2017 was in the Top 10 of Miss World, Tamaryn Green in 2018 took second place in Miss Universe and last year Zozibini Tunzi became Miss Universe.

Aphelele Mbiyo (24) from Port Elizabeth but based in Johannesburg, Busisiwe Mmotla (27) from Soweto, Chantelle Pretorius (24) from Tshwane, Jordan van Der Vyver (24) from GreenPoint in Cape Town, Karishma Ramdev (25) from Chatsworth KwaZulu Natal, Lebogang Mahlangu (24) of Soshanguve, Mellisa Nayimuli (24) of Butterworth in the Eastern Cape, Natasha Joubert (23) of Centurion, Shudufhadzo Musida (24) of Ha-Masia in Limpopo and Thato Mosehle (24) of Kerksdorp in the North West.

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Cape Town Chantelle Pretorius Miss South Africa Miss Universe Rolene Strauss


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