According to the publication the event will take place on Saturday, 16 October at the Grand Arena, GrandWest in Cape Town, where one lady will take over from Shudufadzo Musida as the next Miss South Africa.
The television personality has been working with Miss South Africa since 2013 as a judge. And it will be the first time she is hosting the main event while Nico will be hosting the pageant for the second time.
Anele was asked about moving from the judging panel to the centre stage and responded, "it's the top 10 who are centre stage, I am merely a vehicle that moves the night along with an inside of where the finalists' minds should be and what the charges will be thinking, and I will be there one giving the audience at home the scoop."
She further said, "it's going to be a beautiful evening - finding our new miss South Africa and celebrating and extraordinarily raign from Mrs South Africa 2020, Shudufadzo Musida, who has raised the bar.
"There have been big changes in the pageant since I started being involved. The team running it is younger and braver, and there is no set standard of beauty. I used to get annoyed when we were shown, for example, a Miss Venezuela and God told this was what international pageants were looking for, and I will be like, yes... for them! The main currency is now authenticity."
Nico couldn't be happier to be co-hosting a long Anele Madoda.
He further advised the top 10 finalists to keep their roots deep with heads held high and rise.
According to the publication the Miss South Africa 2021 will take home a package of prizes and sponsorship worth a price tag of more than R3 million.
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