Miss SA 2019

Miss South Africa 2019 took place on Women’s `Day, Friday, 9 August, at the Time Square Sun Arena in Pretoria, where 16 South African women vied for the Miss South Africa title.

Only one phenomenal woman could take home the prize, and that woman’s name is Zozibini Tunzi!

 

Zozibini Tunzi

Twenty-five year old Tunzi from Sidwadweni in the Eastern Cape, has been crowned the 61st annual Miss South Africa 2019.

Student, Ogilvy & Now Miss SA 

Until recently, Tunzi was not only completing her BTech: Public Relations Management at CPUT, but also working part time in the public relations department of Ogilvy.

And as if that did not require juggling, Tunzi recently contested for Miss SA ’19 and won.

Needless to say, Tunzi now has the added responsibility of reining Miss SA ’19, a journey that, from the looks of Ms Tamaryn Green (Miss SA ’18) and her predecessors, is glamorous and and demanding all the same.

It helps that South Africa is behind Tunzi all the way! 

What to expect

 Tunzi has indicated that children and education are social responsibility concerns that are close to her heart.

This stems from her own upbringing that has demonstrated the importance of obtaining an education, and she therefore believes that all South Africans should have access to an education. 

While it seems as if Tunzi’s charitable cause of choosing will centre around education, only time will tell. 

Overall

Beautiful, hard working and multi-talented, we wish Tunzi well on her Miss SA journey and we have no doubt that she will make South Africa proud!

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