Mzansi still loves Cynthia: First SA black woman at Miss World

Mzansi still loves Cynthia: First SA black woman at Miss World

Mzansi can't get over the beauty of Cynthia Shange, South Africa's first black woman to represent the country at Miss World in 1972.

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A social media user posted a recent photo of the beauty queen and she's still got it. Shereen Mercedes Evander Bankz posted the pictures in the 'ImStaying' Facebook group along with the caption:

"And she's still shining now."
Mzansi still loves Cynthia: First SA black woman at Miss World

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Social media users were also impressed by how beautiful and youthful the woman appeared. Facebook user Nodumo Maxakana Mpafa said:

"Beautiful and humble."

Fay Parsons Sons said:

"What a beautiful lady!"

Margaret Perakis said:

"Thank you to our queen for paving the way for all of us."

Zonay Koeberg said:

"Young Rihanna."

Za Ellis said:

"Beautiful lady indeed. She needs to be honoured!"

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Manon Naidoo said:

"She stunning and I do remember the pageant was called Miss Africa South (for non white entries). After that it changed to Miss South Africa."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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