Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Entertainment


Gossip Celebrity


Here's Your Crowned Miss South Africa 2022

After weeks of hard work and preparation for the final show, miss South Africa 2022 has been crowned. From the selection panel, production and the overall experience - there's so much improvement as compared to the other pageants from previous years. On their complementary reality show titled Crown Chasers, they have been building up the tension and showing exlusive clips as to what happens leading up to the actual event. Join us as we unpack more of the story below.


The top 5 included Ayanda Thabethe, Luve, Lebogang, Tamsyn, Ndavi. After battling it out answering tough questions to prove if they are worthy enough for the titled, Ndavi Nokeri was crowned as the winner for Miss SA 2022. It has also been revealed that it's the first time in the history of the pageant for an all female production to put together the show. This is an indication that we are getting with the times and being more open to the fact that woman are just as capable as men.


Miss South Africa 2022 will walk away with tons of prizes and sponsorship as she ventures into serving the public and being a role model to youngsters. Here's a breakdown of the prizes below:

— R1 million in cash from Miss SA

— A luxury apartment for 1 year at the prestigious Ellipse Waterfall

— fully furnished by Superbalist and Wollworths

—Mercedes Benz C-Class Sedan for a period of 1 year

— Runner-up will receive R150k

Awesome experience

This year's judging panel is very versatile with individuals from different walks of life including former public protector Thuli Madonsela. With performances by Nadia Nakai, Makhadzi, Heavy K and Boity it has been a night to remember.

What are your thoughts about this story? Let's keep the conversation going on the comments section below and remember to follow us for more informative articles like this one published daily. 

Content created and supplied by: ShakersAndMovers (via Opera News )

Crown Chasers South Africa


Load app to read more comments