12 photos from Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida's homecoming celebration in Limpopo

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  • Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida's three-day homecoming celebration kicked off in Limpopo on Thursday.
  • Day one started with an official welcome from Limpopo premier Chupu Mathabatha.
  • Shudufhadzo's parade saw hundreds of fans take to the street to welcome her home. "This is so exciting," Shudufhadzo said in an Instagram Story.

Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida's arrived in Limpopo on Wednesday to celebrate her victory with her home province.

Thursday marked the first day of her official three-day homecoming tour after being crowned Miss South Africa 2020 on 24 October in Cape Town.

In the morning Shudufhadzo was welcomed by Limpopo premier Chupu Mathabatha, MEC's, Capricorn District Mayor, Vhembe District Municipality Mayor and Polokwane Local and Municipality Mayor.

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Shudufhadzo's homecoming parade saw fans taking to the streets to welcome her home for the first time since being crowned Miss South Africa.

"She is not only South Africa's Queen, but Limpopo's pride and joy," Miss South Africa wrote on Instagram.

"This is so exciting," said Shudufhadzo in an Instagram Story, with police sirens and cheering fans heard in the background.

The rest of the week will be filled with public appearances and visits to schools and children's homes; and attending charitable events.  

SEE 12 PHOTOS FROM DAY ONE HERE:

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(Photos: by Kopano Tsengiwe for Indirect Media)

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