Inside Miss South Africa’s R10 million luxury apartment

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Back row Luyanda, Luve and Lebogang. Middle row Tamsyn, Anarzade and Ndavi. Front row Keaoleboga, Pearl Ayanda and Itumeleng.
Back row Luyanda, Luve and Lebogang. Middle row Tamsyn, Anarzade and Ndavi. Front row Keaoleboga, Pearl Ayanda and Itumeleng.
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South Africa is just a few days away from having a new Miss SA as the crowning will be taking place at the Sun Bet Arena in Time Square, Pretoria on Saturday, 13 August 2022.

On the day, one of the Top 10 finalists will not only be walking away with the coveted title but will also win a number of prizes worth millions of rands. One of these prizes is living in a luxurious penthouse apartment worth R10.5 million.

Unlike the previous years’ Miss SA's who have stayed at the luxurious apartment building in Central Square, Sandton, this year’s Miss SA’s apartment is located in a well-sought-after estate in Waterfall City, Midrand.

READ MORE | Everything you need to know about the Miss SA Top 10

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment has a stunning view of the Gauteng skyline and boasts of glamorous décor and furniture from Superbalist, Woolworths and Galaxy Blinds.

Recently, the Top 10 finalists Anarzade Omar, Ayanda Thabethe, Itumeleng Parage, Keaoleboga Nkashe, Lebogang Mahlangu, Luvé Meyer, Luyanda Zuma, Ndavi Nokeri, Pearl Ntshehi and Tamsyn Jack got to tour the stunning apartment and presented each of the rooms.

Here’s a look inside the luxury apartment:

The master bedroom of Miss South Africa 2022's R10
The master bedroom of Miss South Africa 2022's R10.5 million penthouse.

The pool area of Miss South Africa 2022's R1056mil
The pool area of Miss South Africa 2022's R10.5 million penthouse.

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