Speaking for the first time as new Miss SA in a video posted in the official Miss SA Instagram accout, Ntandoyenkosi said, “I am so excited! I don’t know what to do with myself right now.”
The Education Honours student has said she’ll use this opportunity to give back to the society, “To inspire little girls like myself to have big dreams; to be a beacon of hope to the hopeless and to encourage young women to work tirelessly towards their goals, dreams and ambitions.”
The competition, for the first time, had two rounds of elimination; four out the 12 finalists were eliminated in the first round, and then 3 out of the remaining 8 contenders were let off.
Ntandoyenkosi will walk away with a whooping R2m in prizes which includes a seven-night international holiday and cash, and a Nissan Duke.
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