- Miss SA Lalela Mswane has caught the attention of South Africans after walking away with the coveted title
- Briefly News compiled 5 interesting facts about the beautiful queen which you really won't want to miss
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Newly crowned Miss SA Lalela Mswane has certainly captivated South Africans following her recent win. The 24-year-old beauty is the talk of Mzansi and Briefly News compiled 5 interesting facts about the reigning Miss South Africa.
Check out 5 interesting facts about Lalela Mswane:
She was born on 27 March 1997 in Richards Bay, South Africa and was raised there too. Mswane’s mother Hleliselwe worked as an accounts clerk and homemaker while her father sadly passed in 2010.
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Mswane holds a law degree from the University of Pretoria. Along with winning Miss SA, she counts completing her legal qualification in the “minimum time” as one of her biggest accomplishments to date, TimesLive reports.
The model is also a really talented dancer. Hailed Mzansi's own "Black Ballerina", pictures of her dancing have melted hearts and minds all across social media.
The beautiful Miss SA revealed that people would be surprised to know that she sucked her thumb for the first 18 years of her life. We're certainly not judging!
She's passionate about unemployment
Mswane has continued to use her platform to shine a light on the plight of the unemployed youth. She'll likely use her reign to aid job creation and prevent similar social ills in Mzansi.
Some more of her interests include travelling, internet surfing, modelling, fashion and makeup, says the Daily News Catcher.
Halala: Mzansi celebrates Lalela Mswane being crowned Miss SA
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that Lalela Mswane has just been crowned Miss South Africa 2021. The Kwa-Zulu Natal beauty bagged the title at the finale this evening (16 October) hosted at the Grand Arena in Cape Town.
Social media was ablaze with reactions to the gorgeous beauty queen being crowned Miss SA.
Now that the dust has settled a bit, South Africans have had time to process the great news.
Even President Cyril Ramaphosa took time out of his busy schedule to congratulate the beauty.
"My goodness you'd swear that's Zozibini reflection with a on weave , congratulations to new miss SA Lalela Mswane #MissSA2021"Anele" "Shudu"."
"Shudu's message and last walk is making me emotional, she was indeed an advocate of mental health her reign was amazing #MissSA2021"
"#MissSA2021 find it so odd that Black women are not aware that the more they accept "men" into their spaces and hard-fought positions, the less space and positions there will be available to them, historically men have never had issues with opportunity, women have."