- Shudufhadzo Musida is one talented and inspiring young woman
- The 24-year-old Miss South Africa 2020 winner not only has the looks and the intelligence to back them, she also has a beautiful voice
- During an appearance on the Afternoon Express show, Musida showed off her vocal talent and wowed Mzansi
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Shudufhadzo Musida is winning Mzansi over more and more each day. The 24-year-old Limpopo-born beauty, who is studying towards a BA Honours in international relations at the University of Witwatersrand, surprised South Africans with yet another talent.
During an appearance on SABC 3’s Afternoon Express show, Musida revealed she believes in affirmations. She told the host that the morning of the finals, she was listening to a song by Marvin Sapp called Keep It Moving.
Musida then started singing a few verses from the song and her amazing vocals led to the host and the rest of the crew applauding her talent. The show's crew weren't the only ones who were surprised by her voice and social media users also weighed in on the amazing Miss SA winner.
Chantel Gamu commented:
"She sings too, aw my love. Go and be great."
Calvin Tshfhiwa Nengovhela wrote:
"I love this girl, she can make a good first female president. Ndi mufuna Shudufhadzo, reign queen, this is real queenship."
Baitse Phejane added:
"Such a beautiful soul."
Ntokozo Mhaule said:
"I'm in awe. Nothing beats a believer in God, not even defeat. We are winners no matter what. Congratulations Shudufhadzo."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported South Africans all over the country are celebrating the crowning of a new Miss SA. One such South African is Minister for Finance Tito Mboweni.
The Twitter chef recently took to the app - not to share another picture of his infamous homemade meals but to congratulate the young lady who just earned herself the prestigious title of Miss SA, Shudufhadzo Musida.
"Felicitations! Miss South Africa! Take a bow Limpopo, South Africa! Limpopo Queen. Halala," wrote Mboweni in his Twitter post.
Previously, Briefly.co.za took a look at 11 interesting facts about the newly-crowned Miss South Africa. From her background and upbringing to Musida's work to empower both women and children in South Africa - we took a detailed look at her life.
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