Media personality Bonang Matheba took the Miss South Africa Top 10 pageant for a celebratory dinner. All of the finalists were wearing the same outfit as per the pageant’s rules. Bonang was wearing a gorgeous Rich Mnisi dress worth R17,000. Previously the influencer Sarah Langa was wearing the dress too as she is very close with the designer.
All the ladies had something to celebrate. Being in the top ten means, you are one step closer to winning. Bonang’s famous and successful champagne brand House of BNG, is partnering with Miss SA again. For the fourth year in a row House of BNG is the celebratory partner of Miss South Africa.
As the host of the lovely dinner, Bonang wished the ladies well in their future endeavours. She also called them the most beautiful women in the world. Of course, the finalists couldn’t be at the dinner and not receive goody bags. Bonang packed the bags with some champagne and other girly products.
List of the top ten
On the top ten list, we have the following queens
Who will take the crown?
One of the finalists will be crowned Miss South Africa this year and take over Lalela Mswanwe. Already South Africans have their favourites they would like to win. Mzansi needs to remember that the ladies will also be judged based on their answers.
Toast to the future
Being Miss South Africa opens up so many doors for the winner. If we look at the previous winners, they are still relevant, and their names open doors for them. Liesl Lauri, for instance, won in 2015, but she is a judge for the pageant this year. All of them toasted to the future as only beautiful things can come from it now.
Watch Bonang with Miss SA top 10 below:
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