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Next Guest Judge: Nobukhosi Mukwevho

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Designer Nobukhosi Mukwevho is the guest judge on episode 4 of the Miss South Africa television series Crown Chasers which airs on Sunday, 30 July at 16:00 on SABC 3. She joins the show’s regular judges Bonang Matheba and Leandie du Randt along with series’ host Zozibini Tunzi.

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Episode 4, titled Honouring our Heritage, shows the importance of understanding the many cultures and backgrounds that exist in South Africa.

The first challenge introduces the finalists to Banyana Banyana, ahead of their departure for the World Cup, and showcases the value of national pride. The finalists also create their favourite dish and explain what it means to them.

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For their main challenge, they will give a five-minute TED Talk about their heritage, how their community and family has become an integral part of who they are and why they should represent the Miss South Africa brand. The episode ends with a photo shoot that focuses on African cultures.

Crown Chasers
Bonang Matheba, Zozinini Tunzi and Leandie du Randt star on ‘Crown Chasers’. Images: supplied.


Mukwevho is the founder of the dynamic South African fashion brand @Khosinkosi and served as a judge for the Miss South Africa Top 30 last year.

Crown Chasers viewers and Miss South Africa fans are encouraged to vote for their favourite ‘Chaser’ via the official Miss South Africa App which can also be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Voting is open until 7 August at 10:00.

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After the final episode is broadcast, seven finalists will remain to strut their stuff at the SunBet Arena at Time Square in Pretoria on Sunday, August 13, in the hope of being crowned Miss South Africa 2023.

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