Miss South Africa is one of the best national pageants in the world. The pageant is marketed and promoted very well. There are extensive activities that the contestants are involved in. Most importantly, the focus of the pageant is on the girls. The pageant got international attention in 2014 for producing a fabulous winner like Rolene Strauss. The moment she won the national title, many fans knew that this girl will be Miss World or Miss Universe. Finding a successor to fill in Rolene’s shoes is not easy, but they discovered the charming Liesl Laurie who underwent an impressive transformation and emerged out as one of the best ladies at Miss World 2015. Now they are finding successor to Liesl. All the contestants are very strong. The pageant has a new crown which is very attractive and special. The Miss South Africa 2016 finals will be next weekend on 19th March 2016 and the winner will go to Miss World or Miss Universe or both! Here are the three ladies which as per the buzz of fans and evaluation of experts, can be considered as the Top favorites for the Miss South Africa title.
1 # Reabetswe Sechoaro
This 22 years-old beauty from East of Pretoria is a model, student, gym-freak and hockey coach at school! She has raised funds for help of orphanages, with intention to give back to the society.
2 # Tayla Skye Robinson
This 22 years-old beauty from Johannesburg is doing masters in marketing, presenter on radio, dancer and is working as ambassador for a village in Roseburg where she works on numerous projects for people living with HIV & AIDS.
3 # Schane Venter
This 23 years-old beauty from Gauteng Alberton works as accounts executive. She loves fashion and exercising. She is involved in child welfare activities.
The three beauties do stand out in the bunch of some really stunning contenders. Let us see whether the winner comes from this group or not! Last year Liesl Laurie was in our Top 5. In 2014, we had predicted Rolene’s victory, but it was anyway a cake-walk.
Credits: Miss South Africa page on Facebook
Special Thanks: Ryan Landon Potgieter