- Zozibini Tunzi celebrated one year since being crowned Miss Universe.
- The beauty queen took the title on 8 December 2019 at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
- Posting a clip of the crowning on Instagram, Zozi called it: "A moment orchestrated by the heavens."
- Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Miss Universe pageant has been postponed, meaning Zozibini will have to hold onto the crown for just a little longer.
Can you believe it's already been a year since Zozibini Tunzi was crowned Miss Universe?
The beauty queen celebrated the anniversary of her win on Tuesday, posting the crowning moment on her Instagram account.
"And so there it was! A moment orchestrated by the heavens. A moment manifested by my ancestors and brought to life by the union of those who created me. This! The beginning of the rest of my life. Happy 365 days Miss Universe," she captioned the clip.
The 2019 Miss Universe pageant took place on 8 December at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Miss Universe 2020 pageant was postponed, with no new date set as yet, meaning Zozi will have to hold onto that crown for just a little longer.
Meanwhile, back home, the Miss South Africa organisation will on Thursday reveal which beauty queens will represent SA at the top three international pageants - Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Supranational.