WATCH: Miss SA Lalela Mswane actions into her new home.
The newly topped Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane moved into her posh condo in Sandton.
The 24-three hundred and sixty-five days-antique from KwaSokhulu in Richards Bay turned into topped Miss SA 2021 remaining Saturday in Cape Town.
She obtained R1 million in cash in addition to a further R3 million clearly well worth of sponsorships and prizes, consisting of the usage of a fully provided and serviced condo on the high-priced Central Square Sandton.
Her new domestic that she can be able to stay in for the yr of her reign changed into embellished by the manner of Vursa and Woolworths South Africa.
The -bedroom rental boasts cutting-edge furniture this is a match for a queen.
“We’ve brought some colourful vegetables with a spring revel in, introduced a few pretty yellows simply to heat up the distance. I endorse, it as beautiful pieces already, simply to create more colourful and energetic surroundings,” Sudumo explains.
The eating room has blue cushion chairs and a glass desk, even as the sitting room boasts a grey couch embellished with colourful cushions.
Her bedroom also has a massive green sleigh mattress, at the equal time as the toilet is neatly filled with pores and skincare merchandise to maintain her lovely brown pores and skin radiant.
Taking to Instagram, Mswane brought that she changed into honoured to be living in the apartment and plans on creating lovely memories.
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