Miss South Africa 2021: How to watch the finale live
For the second year in a row, Miss SA 2021 will be hosted in the Mother City at the Grand Arena, Grandwest. Limited access will be open to live guests at the Cape Town venue. The pageant will be broadcasted live at 17:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101) and Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161).
Fans without access to subscription TV can also be stream the finale at misssa.live.
What can you expect from the Miss SA 2021 top 10?
Choosing a Miss SA does not look like an easy job because all the women are inspiring and have life-changing goals. Last year Shudufadzo Musida was crowned and she has shown and expressed the importance of mental health.
She has even grown to become an author of a children’s book called Shudu Finds Her Magic which tackles issues of bullying.
This year is no different, the Miss SA Top 10 includes entrepreneurs, academics, medical doctors, pilots, and more. All of these women have aspirations of becoming game-changers and making this world a better place.
Here is a list of the Miss SA 2021 Top 10:
- Bianca Bezuidenhout: 22 years old, media studies post-graduate student, Western Cape
- Catherine Groenewald: 23 years old, BCom visual communications final-year student, Western Cape
- Cheneil Hartzenberg: 24 years old, commercial pilot, Gauteng
- Jeanni Mulder: 24 years old, full-time model, Western Cape
- Kaylan Matthews: 25 years old, Human Movement Science final-year student, Eastern Cape
- Kgothatso Dithebe: 26 years old, LLB student and businesswoman, Gauteng
- Lalela Mowane: 24 years old, model and dancer, KwaZulu-Natal
- Moratwe Masima: 25 years old, qualified medical doctor, Gauteng
- Tiffany Francis: 22 years old, businesswoman, Gauteng
- Zimi Mabunzi: 26 years old, BCom Law student, Eastern Cape