PHOTO | Official Miss SA 2020 top three portraits

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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 was medical doctor Thato Mosehle (25) from Klerksdorp in the North West who received R250 000 in cash.
  • Second runner-up Natasha Joubert (23), a B Com graduate from Pretoria, Gauteng, collected R100 000.

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 Saturday.

Shudufhadzo has a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Pretoria and is currently doing her BA Honours in International Relations at the University of Witwatersrand. 

She will receive R1 million in cash as well as a further R2 million worth of sponsorships and prizes, including the use of a luxury Sandton apartment and a Mercedes-Benz cabriolet for a year. 

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First runner-up is medical doctor Thato Mosehle (25) from Klerksdorp in the North West who receives R250 000 in cash. Second runner-up Natasha Joubert (23), a B Com graduate from Pretoria, Gauteng, collects R100 000. 

For the first time in the history of the Miss South Africa pageant, the trio will represent the country at the world's three most prestigious pageants. - Miss Universe Miss World and Miss Supranational

It has not been announced who will be representing South Africa at which international pageant. 

HERE ARE THE THREE WINNERS' OFFICIAL MISS SA PORTAITS

1. Miss South Africa 2020: Shudufhadzo Musida 

Miss South Africa 2020 first runner-up: Thato Mosehle

Miss South Africa 2020 second runner-up: Natasha Joubert

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