The top 30 finalists for Miss South Africa

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Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane on stage during the pageant’s finale on October 16 2021 at the GrandWest Casino, Cape Town.Image: Twitter/@Official_MissSA

The top 30 finalists for Miss South Africa 2022 have been released, and several recognizable faces appear, including Chuma Matsaluka, Bianca Bezuidenhout, and Lehlogonolo Machaba.The Miss South Africa organization unveiled the names of the 30 ladies vying to be the next queen on Monday evening.The 30 finalists are stunning and diverse. With 13 contestants, Gauteng leads the pack, followed by Western Cape with five. The Free State has two, while KwaZulu-Natal has four. North West has two and Limpopo has one.

Gauteng contestants

Anarzade Omar, 23

Itumeleng Parage, 22

Lebogang Mahlangu, 26

Misqah Snyders, 26

Mphoentle Plaatjie, 25

Pearl Ntshehi, 25

Shevon Periera, 25

Tlotlo Mabiletsa, 27

Zoey Seboe, 22

Boniswa Mapisa, 27

Limpopo contestant

Ndavi Nokeri, 23

KwaZulu-Natal contestants

Alyssa Smith, 24

Ayanda Thabethe, 22

Lisanne Lazarus, 26

Luyanda Zuma, 20

North West contestant

Lehlogonolo Machaba, 25

Keaoleboga Nkashe, 26

Free State contestants

Stacy Gossayn, 25

Fortunate Mabeleng, 25

Western Cape contestants

Tyhler Duimpies, 23

Tamsyn Jack, 25

Luvé Meyer, 25

Chuma Matsaluka, 24

Bianca Bezuidenhout, 23

Eastern Cape contestants

Ayanda Tloti, 24

Bethany Damonse, 24

Thulani Ndzotyana, 24

These women still have a long journey ahead of them. This year, they must impress the Top 30 judges. The competition will be judged by Liesl Laurie, Tracey-Lee Lusty Horwitz, Khosi Nkosi, Makhosazana Zwane-Siguqa, Simoné Nortmann, and Thando Thabethe.On June 13, the top ten candidates will be announced, and they will compete for the title of Miss South Africa.

Lalela Mswane won the 2021 version of Miss South Africa. Lalela Mswane won Miss SA, defeating nine other contenders from throughout the country. The 24-year-old from KwaSokhulu, near Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal, was proclaimed winner at the GrandWest Casino in Cape Town during the competition’s glittering conclusion last year.Mswane has won almost R4 million in prizes and endorsements, as well as the privilege to wear the pageant’s prized uBuhle crown. This comprises R1 million in cash, as well as a furnished luxury condominium in Sandton’s Central Square and a Mercedes-Benz C-Class vehicle for the year of her reign chevalier.

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