- Today is a day when we celebrate South Africa’s first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela
- Like many South Africans, the Miss SA top 10 finalists spent this special day honouring Tata Madiba by being charitable for 67 minutes
- From feeding the hungry to running for a cause, these beauts really showed up in a big way
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Today is former president, Nelson Mandela’s birthday. In honour of this great man and his legacy, many South Africans dedicated at least 67 minutes of their day towards helping others.
Some Miss SA top 10 finalists also joined in on the honourable cause and posted snaps, Instagram stories, and videos of the various activities they partook in on Mandela Day.
Briefly News had a peek at some of the pageant beauties who participated in this wonderful charitable day.
Luyanda, who is from KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), posted snaps and reels on her Instagram story as she handed out food and partook in fun activities with those in need. Sis looked super cute too.
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The Johannesburg-based beauty posted two events that she partook in for Mandela Day. At the weekend, Anarzade participated in a marathon to raise funds for the Nelson Mandela Foundation, sharing the pics online. On 18 July, which is officially Madiba Day, the young sis also posted a clip of herself handing out food to the less fortunate. Good going!
Soweto-based Itumeleng followed Madiba’s legacy of promoting education and literacy and spent her 67 minutes revamping a library in Qhobosheane Primary School in Diepkloof, posting inspiring snaps online.
The gorgeous Cape Town-based Tamsyn only hinted at what activity she participated in on Mandela Day by posting a snap on her Instagram status where she was massaging the feet of an elder woman. We can’t wait to hear more about her 67 minutes and how she helped others on this special day. By the looks of her huge smile, she must have enjoyed herself so much.
The Gauteng-based hun spent her 67 minutes with young people in Soshanguve at the Father Smangaliso Mkhatshwa Centre, which is focused on skills development. Lebogang posted snaps from the day on her Instagram stories.
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In a related story by Briefly News, the Miss SA top 10 finalists made their first official appearance on 16 June, celebrating Youth Day by participating in an art class with kiddies from the Malapa Motsetse Foundation Primary School NGO.
The stunners have also shared what June 16th means to them and why this day is so important in South Africa’s history. The 10 beauties represent five of South Africa’s provinces, with the pageant’s finalists announced in June in Sandton at The Maslow Hotel.
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