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Two Miss Universe winners to share Miss South Africa stage

Miss Universe titleholders – 2018 winner Catriona Gray and her 2019 successor, our own Zozibini Tunzi – will be sharing the Miss South Africa stage this year as backstage presenters during the live broadcast of the much-anticipated show.

Miss South Africa 2021 will be crowned on Saturday, October 16, at the Grand Arena, GrandWest in Cape Town. The event will be screened live from 17h00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101) and Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161) and will also be streamed online for an international audience on MissSA.live with extra highlights and exclusive content.

Gray will host the pageant’s exclusive pre-show, available online from the misssa.live website to subscribers from around the globe. This is not Gray’s first visit to South Africa; she was part of the Miss South Africa 2019 judging panel when the title went to Tunzi who then went on to inherit Gray’s Miss Universe crown a few months later.

Here’s how you can sign up to watch the show online and be a part of the pre-show:

Purchase an all-access virtual ticket to watch the live pageant from the misssa.live website for R99,99 ex Vat. Simply click on the buy section on the home page and go through the checkout section and process payment with PayFast, which is integrated with the site. Subscribers will get a sign-up email confirmation and invoice. Both credit and debit cards can be used to make payments. This will be a once-off payment to watch the 2021 finale live online and have access to exclusive pageant day content that includes a pre-show hosted by Catriona Gray, always on backstage camera moments as well as a post crowning interview with Miss South Africa 2021.

All subscribers will receive a one-time access pass and the link will not be transferable.

Here’s your personal invitation from the gorgeous Zozi!

Miss South Africa 2021 will take home a package of prizes and sponsorships worth more than R3 million. The Top 10 competing for the crown include two finalists from the Eastern Cape, Kaylan Matthews, and Zimi Mabunzi.

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