Natasha Joubert, Crowned Winner Of Miss SA 2023, Succeeding Ndavi Nokeri (Video)

In a scene filled with palpable suspense, Natasha stood before an audience of thousands within the SunBet Arena at Times Square, Pretoria. Natasha emerged as the winner of miss SA 2023, basking in a shower of well-deserved congratulatory messages from all corners.

Natasha Joubert, Crowned Winner Of Miss SA 2023, Succeeding Ndavi Nokeri (Video)-TSZ Mzansi
Natasha Joubert, Crowded Winner Of Miss SA 2023, Succeeding Ndavi Nokeri (Video)

Warmest congratulations are in order for Natasha Joubert as she has just become the winner of Miss SA 2023. With her victory, Natasha gracefully takes the crown from Miss South Africa 2022, Ndavi Nokeri.

The highly anticipated annual beauty pageant was hosted by the incomparable Bonang Matheba who added to the glamour of the event with her stunning outfit.

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Natasha’s triumph as the winner of Miss SA 2023 extends beyond the crown itself, as she walks away adorned with prizes and sponsorships exceeding an impressive value of R3 million.

Her regal headpiece, the newly christened “Mowana” crown, stands as a stunning testament to her achievement.

Comprised of over 800 stones, this exquisite piece captures the essence of the Tree of Life, or “Mowana” in Setswana.

Among these stones are dazzling diamonds, enchanting gemstones, and the majestic cubic zirconia, with the largest gemstone tipping the scales at a remarkable 15 carats.

This magnificent creation draws inspiration from our rich local heritage. Ursula Pule, visionary creative director and co-founder of Nungu Diamonds, conceived the idea for the Mowana crown during a transformative safari in Musina back in 2019.

In a scene filled with palpable suspense, Natasha stood before an audience of thousands within the SunBet Arena at Times Square, Pretoria. Natasha emerged as the winner of miss SA 2023, basking in a shower of well-deserved congratulatory messages from all corners.

Natasha’s triumphant return, marked by resilience and unwavering determination, garnered immense support:

“Natasha’s comeback was a display of sheer strength and unquenchable hunger. My support for her was unwavering, and I’m equally delighted that Bryoni secured the runner-up position.” One Comment read

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Among those in attendance were the accomplished host, Bonang Matheba, and a distinguished panel of judges including reigning Miss Universe, R’Bonney Nola Gabriel; actress and entrepreneur Leandie du Randt;

Actress and L’Oréal Paris Sub-Saharan Ambassador Thuso Mbedu; award-winning investigative television journalist Devi Sankaree Govender; and businesswoman and Miss South Africa 2001 titleholder Jo-Ann Strauss.

 

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