Married Women and Mothers Can Now Enter Miss South Africa

One of the most dramatic changes to this year’s rules regarding entrance requirements for Miss South Africa 2023 is that married women are now able to compete for the crown for the first time.

The nationwide search for the dynamic woman who will follow in the footsteps of the current Miss South Africa, Ndavi Nokeri, to represent her country on the international stage and become one of South Africa’s most recognisable faces and ambassadors, is now open.
Entries close at 11h30 on Friday, May 5, 2023.

Married? Married with children? Engaged to be married? Divorced? No matter what an entrant’s matrimonial status is, they are now eligible to enter the Miss South Africa race to the 2023 crown.

The Miss South Africa Organisation has changed the rules and made it possible for all women, straight, trans, queer, large, small, short, tall, or married, and with or without children, to take part in the pageant.

The Miss South Africa competition has been through many incarnations to ensure it stays relevant, current, and fresh and to make sure the Miss South Africa Organisation keeps up with the changing times.

Another addition this year is the inclusion of a ground-breaking seven-part TV show: Crown Chasers – a thrilling reality series giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Miss South Africa competition.

Source | Algoafm


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Faith Nketsi’s Husband Nzuzo Njulo Passes Out At Nightclub

South African businessman and Faith Nketsi’s husband Nzuzo Njilo allegedly drank himself into a stupor 72 hours after being released from jail.


Meanwhile, his co-accused Kwanda Ntshangase was almost thrown back in jail for contacting the victim in their fraud case, violating his bail terms.

Njilo and Ntshangase were granted R30 000 and R3 000 bail, respectively, at the Port Shepstone magistrates court on Friday.

The publication understands that Njilo, Nketsi, and friends partied up a storm at the weekend by club hopping at Sandton establishments including club Booth and businessman Edwin Sodi’s joint LIV in Sandton…read full story

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