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Miss South Africa 2018 was chosen at a glitzy ceremony on Sunday night. The winner was Tamaryn Green, a 23-year old medical student from Paarl. She walks away with a tidy prize package totalling R3 million (read about what she gets over here). #MissSouthAfrica2018: The 12 finalists sizzling in swimwear [photos]

Miss South Africa 2018 will be crowned this weekend. If you're looking for details on when it his, how to watch, what the prize package comes with and everything else inbetween, this article is ...

She was born in 14th December in 1983 in Durban, South Africa. The stunning beauty towering at a height of 6feet 1 inch ( 1.85meters) was crowned Miss South Africa in 2008.

Miss South Africa 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been crowned Miss Universe, becoming the first Miss South Africa to take this prestigious title since Margaret Gardiner won in 1978.

Miss South Africa. Miss South Africa is a national Beauty pageant in South Africa. Traditionally Miss South Africa competed at Miss World until they acquired the franchise of Miss Universe. The winners are sent to both international pageants. The current Miss South Africa is Tamaryn Green from Western Cape.

The 12 Miss South Africa finalists will compete to take top honours and wear the prestigious crown at the Sun City Superbowl on Sunday, March 26, in an event which will be televised live and simulcast on M-Net and Mzansi Magic.

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Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been picked as a favourite to win the Miss Universe pageant by several pageant critics.

Miss South Africa is a medium through which the propaganda of beauty is spread. For the sake of our daughters, and young sisters this needs to come to an end. This narrow-minded idea of beauty is not a reflection of the world that we live in.

That year Norma Vorster was crowned and the Miss SA pageant became an intrinsic part of South African patriotism and competitive spirit. Two years later, an 18-year-old secretary from Durban, Penny Coelen, was crowned and would later go on to make history and win Miss World.