- Mzansi peeps still can’t get over the beauty of newly crowned Miss SA, Ndavi Nokeri, with the Limpopo-born babe the talk of the town
- The 23-year-old pageant winner posted a cute video flexing with a stunning crown-shaped ring on Instagram, further melting the hearts of netizens
- Social media users totally loved the hun’s ‘second crown’, with many peeps noting that the jewellery suited her perfectly
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The Miss South Africa (Miss SA) 2022 winner is still warming the hearts of Mzansi peeps after being crowned on 13 August at the SunBet arena.
Ndavi Nokeri is the talk of the town, with the proud Limpopo-born stunner settling in nicely to her position as the brand ambassador of South Africa and a role model to many young people.
The 23-year-old posted a cute video on Instagram wearing a gorgeous white outfit where she flexed with a beautiful crown-shaped ring that suited her perfectly.
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“@stonz.diamonds said two crowns will do this year, and I am obsessed. How beautiful is this crown-shaped ring?”
Instagram peeps went absolutely nuts for the hun and complimented her beauty and the lovely ring, noting that it suits her impeccably:
Madumelani_1 is ready for Ndavi to claim another title:
“Crown number two. We are going for number three soon.”
“A crown fit for a queen.”
Hlumie_x is totally wowed:
“No ways, this suits you so beautifully.”
“This is your second of three crowns; you're going for that Miss Universe crown.”
Mandie_68 complimented the ring and the stunning new Miss SA:
“Stunning diamonds for a stunning queen.”
Miss SA pageant set to allow married ladies and moms to compete in contest, follows Miss Universe example
Meanwhile, Briefly News also wrote about the Miss SA pageant deciding to allow women who are married and have kids to participate in the contest from 2023.
The announcement was made at this year’s finale, which saw Limpopo-born Ndavi Nokeri winning the crown. The decision was made following Miss Universe recently noting that moms and wives would be accommodated from next year.
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Source: Briefly News