A brand-new car and 4 other prizes Sasha-Lee will receive now that she's Miss South Africa

Sasha-Lee Olivier (Photo: Peter Monageng)
Sasha-Lee Olivier (Photo: Peter Monageng)

Johannesburg – After taking over the title as the new Miss South Africa, Sasha-Lee Olivier not only got to move into the stunning Sandton apartment on offer to the winner but has gained quite a few prizes that she will have access to throughout her reign. 

"I already feel like a movie star both behind the wheel of my new car and also when I walk into my exquisitely designed and furnished Central Square Sandton apartment," Sasha-Lee said in a press statement.

The beauty queen on Tuesday showed off the brand-new Mercedes Benz C Class on social media, writing: "A big thank you to @mercedesbezsa for gifting me with my new shiny ride to take along my journey as Miss South Africa 2019. Okay, wait, so now we may have to go out for a coffee date!!"

Here are some of the other things Sasha-Lee will now be privy to, according to a press statement. 

Free bling

If diamonds are a girl's best friend, then Sasha-Lee's circle is about to get a whole lot bigger. The beauty queen will be adorned will jewellery from American Swiss – the same company who created the new Miss SA crown

Fitness goals

Gym fees are another expense she does not have to worry about for the next few months. Not only does she have access to a personal trainer, she also gets unlimited pilates classes as part of her prizes. 


With all her Miss SA duties, finding time to cook may be a little tough for Sasha. But not to worry, there's a prize for that. The 26-year-old will have meals provided to her by an upmarket Italian restaurant in Hyde Park. 


When it comes to fashion, Miss SA can never be caught slipping, which is also provided with the latest fashion and shoes too. 

Compiled by Nikita Coetzee

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