Inside Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida's Three-Day-Long Homecoming Tour

The beauty queen is shutting down Limpopo

By  | Nov 13, 2020, 02:16 PM  | Top of The

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The reigning Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida, has been welcomed with excitement and pride, fit for royalty, in her home province Limpopo, as she kicked off her three-day-long homecoming tour yesterday.

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Shudu brought Polokwane to a complete standstill yesterday, as her street parade drew scores of people who came in their number to catch a glimpse of the beauty queen.

Shudu kicked off her tour with a breakfast session at the Meropa Casino and Entertainment Centre attended by Limpopo premier Chupu Mathabatha, who was accompanied by MECs and other executive mayors of both from the Capricorn and Vhembe districts.

Musida is a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics graduate from Ha-Masia in Limpopo, and she was crowned Miss South Africa 2020 at the glittering pageant finale held at the Table Bay hotel in Cape Town last month.

Today she will visit Takalani Children’s Home, Malamulele Nsovo Special School and Fulufhelo Special School. 

During a press conference held in Cape Town, Musida mentioned that food security is close to her heart especially in rural areas.

“I will continue the fight against food insecurity in rural communities because children can only be their best at school when their basic needs are met. I believe that all of this will continue the efforts of bringing about economic empowerment in this country as more children will be given a fair chance at becoming active members of the economy through educational empowerment."

On Saturday Musida will visit her home village, Ha-Vhangani where she is expected to be welcomed by her family and members of the community in the area.

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 décor by Enza Home and a Mercedes Benz C200 Cabriolet for the year of her reign.

Shudu's runner up's are Thato Mosehle (25) from Klerksdorp in the North West who bagged the first spot and the second runner-up is Natasha Joubert (23), from Pretoria, Gauteng.

All three will represent the country at the world’s three most prestigious pageants. Previously, the Miss South Africa Organisation has sent a representative to both Miss Universe and Miss World, but will also now be fielding a candidate to Miss Supranational. It will only be revealed at a later date which contestant will go to which pageant.

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