Zozibini Tunzi Bio, Wiki, Miss South Africa

Zozibini Tunzi Bio, Wiki, Profile, Miss South Africa 2019. Miss Zonzibini Tunzi is a 25 year old Public Relations Student from Eastern Cape, and the new Miss South Africa.

Born18 September 1993 (age 25)
Tsolo, Eastern Cape, South Africa
EducationCape Peninsula University of Technology
TitleMiss South Africa 2019
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBrown
Major
competition(s)
Miss South Africa 2019
(Winner)
Miss Universe 2019
(TBD)

She is a hard-core Marvel fan, was a Game of Thrones addict and enjoys eating out.

Tunzi was up against 15 other young women, and won the crown in a glittering affair at Time Square in Pretoria.

She succeeds last years winner Tamaryn Green.

Zozibini Tunzi Bio, Wiki, Miss South Africa
Zozibini Tunzi Bio, Wiki, Miss South Africa

Zozibini Tunzi, is on cue to finishing her Bachelors in PR in Cape Town, was up against 15 beautiful young and talented women from all over the nation and emerged victorious to win the highly coveted crown.

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She walks away with R3 million in prize money and several high value sponsorships deals.

The runner-up for the crown is Sasha-Lee Olivier, and she also takes home R250 000 in cash.

The other 16 finalists receive a sum of R25 000.

Starting this year, the pageant introduced the brand new Ndebele-inspired crown and Miss Tunzi is the first Miss South Africa to wear the new crown .

The new crown weighs more than half a kilogram and it is studded with 2 586 sparkling zirconia stones.

Zozibini Tunzi Bio, Wiki, Miss South Africa

The Ndebele pattern at its core is in line with the theme of this year’s Miss South Africa pageant: celebrating the beauty and diversity of African women.

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The new Ndebele crown has been named Ubuhle Bethungo Lenkosazana, which is “beauty of the rainbow” in isiZulu.

• We already know from her official profile on the Miss SA website that she counts her parents among her heroes and would love to meet Caster Semenya. But to find out more about this beauty of the rainbow nation, get your copy of the City Press this Sunday.

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