- The country has a new Mrs South Africa, Thenjiwe Mdluli, who was crowned last night at the pageant finale
- The 31-year-old Joburg woman came in at first place while Sumaiya Omar took first princess and Zikhona Ngata came in at third
- South Africans seemingly love the new Mrs South Africa and have been sharing many beautiful compliments with her following a post that was shared online
The country has a beautiful new Mrs South Africa and her name is Thenjiwe Mdluli, a 31-year-old Johannesburg, Edenvale beauty. Mdluli was crowned last night during the pageant finale that took place at Emperors Palace.
Mdluli is a philanthropist, businesswoman and fitness enthusiast who believes that she can help change the country's perception of health and fitness in a way that will be beneficial to everyone's goodness and wellbeing.
Stunning 38-year-old Sumaiya Omar from Cape Town came in as Mdluli's first princess while beautiful Zikona Ngata from East London came in as the second princess.
South Africans had the following to say about Mrs South Africa 2021:
"Congratulations to our new Mrs SA."
"We can't wait to work with you this year!"
"Welcome, you are amazing."
"Congratulations my Queen."
"Congratulations ladies, it was so lovely to have met you all and have had the opportunity to be a part of Mrs SA."
"Well done ladies! You are all amazing beings!"
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, South Africa's Eastern Cape beauty, Zozibini Tunzi has broken a world record by becoming the only crowned Miss Universe to hold the title for such a long period of time after she received the crown in 2019.
While a new queen is usually crowned every year, 2020 proved itself to be quite a strange one after the coronavirus pandemic hit and put a hold on everything - including the annual Miss Universe crowning pageant. Taking to Instagram, the South Africa page congratulated Zozi on the achievement in a post that read:
“Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leaders! Today we celebrate Zozi as the longest-reigning Miss Universe! Thank you for taking up space and inspiring us all.”
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Source: Briefly News