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The top 10 contestants for Miss South Africa 2022 have been announced; these are the ten ladies that have the chance to represent South Africa internationally.


South Africa (15 June 2022) – The Miss South Africa Top 10 ladies have been announced, and we get the chance to meet them and learn a little bit about them. These ladies will go forward to compete for the title of Miss South Africa 2022.

Miss South Africa is a brand ambassador for South Africa and will go on to represent us on the world stage, whether that be in larger, international pageants or at global events. These ten ladies are the epitome of elegance, and each will fly the South African high on the global stage.

Let’s meet the ladies of 2022.

Anarzade Omar

Anarzade is 23 years old and from Crown Gardens in Johannesburg. She has a BA in Strategic Communication in Marketing from the University of Johannesburg and currently works as a Social Media Manager at a digital marketing agency.

Always learning, she hopes to one day be fluent in Korean.


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Ayanda Thabethe

Ayanda is 22 years old and from Taylor’s Halt in Pietermaritzburg. She is a model while completing her final year BSc in Dietetics and Human Nutrition at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

She hopes to one day develop the nutrition guidelines in South Africa to help address both malnutrition and obesity.

Itumeleng Parage

Itumeleng is 22 years old and from Central Western Jabavu in Soweto. She is currently a Bachelor of Laws student with a Bachelor of Arts (Law Major) degree from the University of Witwatersrand.

She hopes to follow in the footsteps of Michelle Obama and continue to make the world a better place for women and children.


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Keaoleboga Nkashe

Keaolebog is 26 years old and from Itsoseng in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District of the North West province. She works with children as a teacher and is also a part-time model.

She hopes to use her love of the creative and dramatic arts to benefit the lives of women and children in South Africa.


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Lebogang Mahlangu

Lebogang is 26 years old and from Soshanguve in Tshwane. She is a procurement specialist with a BSc. Food Science degree from Stellenbosch University.

She feels optimistic about South Africa’s future and is excited to see what comes next.

Luvé Meyer

Luvé is 25 years old and from Brackenfell in Cape Town. She works as a full-time model and is a small business co-owner. She has a Bachelor of Health Science and Social Services degree and an honours degree in psychology from the University of South Africa.

She hopes to complete her Psychology Degree and use to to help people.


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Luyanda Zuma

Luyanda is 20 years old and from Pietermaritzburg KwaZulu-Natal. She works as a model and is in her final year of her Bachelor of Live Performance at AFDA.

Her dream is to remove homeless women from the streets, giving them a space to provide for themselves.


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Ndavi Nokeri

Ndavi is 23 years old and from Tzaneen in Limpopo. She works as an asset manager and has a BCom Investment Management degree from the University of Pretoria.

She hopes to one day be one of the people who make the decisions about South Africa’s educational and skills development in schools.


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Pearl Ntshehi

Pearl is 25 years old and from Mamelodi. She works as a candidate attorney and has a BCom Law, BCom Honours and LLB degree.

She hopes to one day serve in the South African Judiciary and inspire township youth to thrive in unchartered territories.


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Tamsyn Jack

Tamsyn is 25 years old and from Somerset West in the Western Cape. She is an entrepreneur working with start-ups and small businesses. Tamsyn has a Food Science Degree from the University of Stellenbosch.

When not working, Tamsyn is a writer and hopes to write her own book one day. She hopes to become a women’s advocate someday.


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Who is your pick for the future Miss South Africa?

Sources: Miss South Africa
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