Meet Miss South Africa’s Top 30 Finalists
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On 16 May 2022, Miss South Africa officially announced the names of the top 30 finalists who will continue on in the competition for the title of Miss South Africa 2022.

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The top 30 finalists for this year’s pageant include a diverse group of women who are all leaders and changemakers within their respective fields. From lawyers to teachers, models, entrepreneurs and more, these women aim to not only reach for their dreams but to inspire others through their work. So without further a do, the Miss SA 2022 Top 30 Finalists are as follows:

  • Alyssa Smith
  • Anarzade Omar
  • Ayanda Thabethe
  • Ayanda Tloti
  • Bethany Damonse
  • Bianca Bezuidenhout
  • Boniswa Mapisa
  • Chuma Matsaluka
  • Fortunate Mabeleng
  • Itumeleng Parage
  • Keaoleboga Nkashe
  • Lebogang Mahlangu
  • Lehlogonolo Machaba
  • Lisanne Lazarus
  • Luve Meyer
  • Luyanda Zuma
  • Mishqah Snyders
  • Mphoentle Plaatjie
  • Naledi Matabane
  • Ndavi Nokeri
  • Nompumelelo Mampholo
  • Nthabiseng Kgasi
  • Pearl Ntshehi
  • Shevon Pereira
  • Stacy Gossayn
  • Tamsyn Jack
  • Thulani Ndzotyana
  • Tlotlo Mabiletsa
  • Tyhler Duimpies
  • Zoey Seboe
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With such an amazing group of diverse contestants, we meet the inspiring women that make up this year’s panel of judges and chose the top 30. They include True Love Editor in Chief, Makhosazana Zwane-Siguqa, body positivity activist, Tracey-Lee Lusty Horwitz, fashion designer, Khosi Nkosi, CEO of Dentsu, Koo Govender, actress and TV personality, Thando Thabethe, actress, Simone Nortmann and Miss SA 2015 and former judge, Liesel Laurie-Mthombeni.

“Being a part of the Miss South Africa judging panel is always such an honour for me because I am part of a group of incredibly powerful women that are sitting together and choosing the next ambassador for South Africa. This is essentially a woman that will go on to represent us internationally. Sitting on this panel is something I do not take for granted. I understand that this is a huge job interview and I always encourage the entrants of the pageant to treat it as such.” 

– Miss South Africa 2015 and Previous Miss SA Judge, Liesel Laurie-Mthombeni

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