How Much Does Shudufhadzo Musida's New Apartment And Car Costs?

She is living her dream

By  | Nov 06, 2020, 07:59 PM 

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The newly crowned Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida has moved into her swanky new abode in Sandton. Shudu seems to be settling in very well in her new home after staying for a couple of days in Cape Town at the Table Bay hotel.

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The 23-year old received R1 million in cash from the Miss South Africa Organisation. Her 3 million rands prizes included the use of the fully furnished and serviced apartment at luxurious Central Square with fabulous interior dΓ©cor by Enza Home and a Mercedes Benz C200 Cabriolet for the year of her reign.

The Miss SA organization shared a post on Instagram where they congratulated her on being finally given her house keys

"Welcome home beautiful Queen @shudufhadzomusida ! Cheers to all the memories that you will create in this beautiful home @centralsquaresandton as you serve our country with pride!" they wrote.


Shudu also got herself a brand new white Mercedez Benz and she posted on Instagram posing right next to it, talk about #GirlsWithMercs.


The beauty was crowned Miss South Africa 2020, at the glittering pageant finale held at the Table Bay hotel in Cape Town. As she has a lot of responsibilities to fulfill

Shudu said she will continue to create awareness on important social issues such as mental health and she says the message she has for South Africans is to be kind in order to rebuild our society.

"During a time like this with Covid-19, Black Lives Matter and Gender Based Violence when there is a lack of compassion we tend to lose a sense of the reality around us and I think every single person deserves a bit of kindness, helping one person can cause a ripple effect, you might be helping one but you might be helping out the entire nation because you do not know what that person will go out to do, so that is the message I could South Africa, to remember the collective responsinbilty  to be kind a commitment to rebuilding our society and always practicing compasssion."

"For me, personally mental health is something that is not really spoken about, it is considered a taboo that is often engaged with not to rehabilitate but to shame, so I'm actually bringing that conversation forward its time our society needs help and to stand together to confront this and tackle it," she explains.
Congratulations to her.

Image Cred: Instagram @MissSA
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