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I felt bullied and humiliated: Mrs SA finalist claims contest organisers are all about the bucks

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Chandré Goosen-Joubert, a Mrs SA finalist, claims she was bullied and humiliated by the organisers. (Photo: Facebook)
Chandré Goosen-Joubert, a Mrs SA finalist, claims she was bullied and humiliated by the organisers. (Photo: Facebook)

It's a beauty pageant that’s meant to empower women and do its best to support the nation’s fairer sex. But things have sure turned ugly for Mrs South Africa in the past few weeks.

Chandré Goosen-Joubert, one of the 25 Mrs South Africa 2020 finalists has levelled a series of damning allegations against the pageant organisers and its non-profit affiliate, Women4Women.

The empowerment organisation is the “baby” of Miss SA 2002 Cindy Nell-Roberts – she founded it and has her heart and soul invested in it.

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