Miss South Africa top three's first official photoshoot

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From left to right: Miss SA first runner-up Thato Mosehle, Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida, Miss SA second runner-up Natasha Joubert.
From left to right: Miss SA first runner-up Thato Mosehle, Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida, Miss SA second runner-up Natasha Joubert.
Photo: Yolanda van der Stoep
  • Miss South Africa 2020 is 24-year-old Shudufhadzo Musida from Limpopo.
  • First runner-up is medical doctor Thato Mosehle from Klerksdorp and second runner-up is Natasha Joubert from Pretoria.
  • Miss South Africa will announce at a later date who will be representing the country at which international pageant. 

Miss South Africa has shared photos from a recent photoshoot with this year's top three - and it's breathtaking.

24-year-old Shudufhadzo Musida from Limpopo was crowned Miss South Africa 2020 at the pageant finale held for the first time in Cape Town on 24 October. 

First runner-up is medical doctor Thato Mosehle, 25, from Klerksdorp in the North West and second runner-up is Natasha Joubert, 23, from Pretoria, Gauteng. 


What makes this year even more exciting is that for the first time in history the trio will represent the country at the world's three most prestigious pageants - Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Supranational. 

Miss South Africa will announce at a later date who will be representing the country at which international pageant. 

Leading up to the international pageants, the top three took part in their first official Miss South Africa photoshoot.

"I freaked out when I saw this photo," wrote Thato, sharing the photo on her personal Instagram account. 

"I also freaked!!! This is stunning," replied Liesl Laurie.

"Get ready to be blown away," Miss South Africa captioned the gorgeous photo of Natasha - and boy, oh boy, do we agree! 

For Shudufhadzo, the first weeks following her crowning has been filled with excitement, which included moving into her new apartment in Sandton and receiving a Mercedes Benz C200 Cabriolet to use for her year of reign. 

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