Miss South Africa 2022: Everything you need to know and live updates

The Miss South Africa (SA) 2022 pageant is set to take place at the SunBet Arena at Time Square, Pretoria on Saturday 13 August.

Reigning Miss SA Lalela Mswane will crown her successor Miss SA 2022. Lalela will then begin her reign as Miss Supranational, after being crowned Miss Supranational 2022 on 15 July in Poland.

The Miss SA 20220 Top 10. Image: Supplied.

According to the Miss South Africa website, the organisation is a leadership platform for ambitious young South African women. The Miss SA pageant is a national beauty pageant that selects representatives to compete in international beauty pageants.

The top 10 finalists competing for the Miss SA title, are:

  • Anarzade Omar
  • Ayanda Thabethe
  • Itumeleng Parage
  • Keaoleboga Nkashe
  • Lebogang Mahlangu
  • Luvé Meyer
  • Luyanda Zuma
  • Ndavi Nokeri
  • Pearl Ntshehi 
  • Tamsyn Jack

Here are all the latest news and updates!

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