Miss South Africa organisation allows married women and those with children to enter the competition.
“This year, we have pushed more boundaries than ever before, and we are delighted to welcome all women ready to step onto our leadership platform and be the next ambassador for South Africa. We, as women, are so many things; we can be business owners, leaders, innovators, influencers, mothers, daughters, philanthropists, role models, ambassadors and queens, all at the same time,’’ says Stephanie Weil, CEO of the Miss South Africa Organisation.
She adds: ‘’Showcasing the multi-diverse nature of all of this will be at the core of the competition. Miss South Africa is no longer just a one-night pageant – viewers are really going to get to know the finalists during the television show.’’
Entries for Miss South Africa opened on Friday, April 28, and will close on at 11:30 on Friday, May 5.