- The official Miss South Africa social media accounts have announced that actress Kim Engelbrecht is the fifth and final judge of the pageant
- Engelbrecht started off her career in South Africa and is now an international actress after bagging acting roles abroad
- She joins the current Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi on the panel of spectacular South African women judges
The mystery and wait is finally over. Miss South Africa has revealed the fifth and final judge for the beauty pageant. The final judge for the pageant is going to be actress Kim Engelbrecht. She will be joining the panel of judges for the competition on 24 October 2020.
The panel is going to be all women. Engelbrecht joins a crop of dynamic South African women as judges for Miss South Africa.
The announcement was made on social media by the official Miss South Africa Instagram account.
The statement wrote: "Our fifth and final judge is the award winning actress all the way from our host city, Cape Town, Kim Engelbrecht . She is the true definition of a woman who has faced her power and embraced her future!"
The nation fell in love with the actress who is originally from South Africa when she played Lolly on Isidingo. She has since spread her wings internationally playing the role of Sergeant Noma Walker in the sci-fi series Dominion and the character, Marlize DeVoe in The Flash.
The current Miss Universe and South African sweetheart Zozibini Tunzi will also be one of the judges. Along with ex-Miss South Africa Peggy-Sue Khumalo, presenter Anele Mdoda and actress Leandie du Randt.
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