“The conditions the learners are subjected to is heart-breaking and I want to do something about that – learners don’t have proper classrooms and they travel unsafe long distances to school”.

 

The Times Square Sun Arena in Menlyn, Pretoria was packed to capacity as well wishers flocked to see the crowning of Miss South Africa 2019. Former Miss SA title holders came through to show support and enjoy the festivity.

Zozibini Tunzi, 25, was crowned as the 61st Miss South Africa on Women’s Day, August 9. She is the first Miss SA to wear the new Buhle crown.

 

When SA Positive News asked her about what she will change in her disadvantaged province of Eastern Cape, Zozibini highlighted that her passion is in education, “The conditions the learners are subjected to is heart-breaking and I want to do something about that – learners don’t have proper classrooms and they travel unsafe long distances to school”.

Tunzi walked away with prizes up to a value of R3 million, including apartment in Sandton, a Mercedes Benz car, fashion and beauty items.

Congratulations!!!!

 

 

By Amanda Matshaka

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