Miss SA 2023 Meet the Top seven finalists

The Miss SA finale will be held on at Sun International’s flagship venue, SunBet Arena at Time Square, Pretoria on Sunday, 13 August and there are seven finalists competing to become the next Miss SA.



And then there were seven! Not too long ago the Miss SA Organisation announced the Top 12 finalists who competed in Crown Chasers – the Miss SA reality show.

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Each week, over a period of five weeks, a contestant was eliminated leaving just seven finalists to compete in the finale.

So, who are the top seven finalists?

Anke Rothmann (23) is a pharmacist intern who is representing the Northern Cape. She obtained her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the North West University in Potchefstroom.
Bryoni Govender (26) is from Johannesburg and is a qualified lawyer working as a trainee associate, whilst awaiting admission to become an attorney. She describes herself as graceful, ambitious and courageous, and loves a good mutton curry on the weekend.

Homba Mazaleni (23), from Gonubie, East London in the Eastern Cape, is a qualified sport scientist and student intern at the University of the Western Cape. She pursued Biokinetics to help people recover from injuries and sickness, and it gives her great satisfaction to help them gain the tools they need to pursue their own goals and passions.

Melissa Nayimuli (27) from Butterworth in the Eastern Cape, was born in a multi-cultural home to a Xhosa mother and Ugandan father. She is a passionate storyteller and currently works as a television and film creative producer in Johannesburg.

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Nande Mabala (25), from Zwelethemba, Worcester in Cape Town, is a model, micro- influencer, philanthropist and a triple major BA Arts graduate.

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Natasha Joubert (25), from Tshwane in Gauteng, is a BCom Marketing Management graduate and is the owner and fashion designer of Natalia Jefferys, a company she started when she was 19. She was the second runner-up in the Miss SA pageant in 2020 and represented South Africa at the Miss Universe 2020 pageant.

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