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Top Billing features the crowning of Miss SA 2018, Tamaryn Green
Top Billing features the crowning of Miss SA 2018, Tamaryn Green In an incredibly competitive year at the Miss South Africa finals, taking the title was going to take someone and something… exceptional!
The twelve finalists in this years Miss South Africa are studying a combination of law, commerce, biokinetics, property development and two are doing medical degrees. They are a wonderful reflection of powerhouse generation ready to move South Africa forward.
As the pageant celebrates its 60th year it has made an exciting change to its format offering broader opportunities to more finalists.
Thulisa Keyi sent East London into raptures when she was crowned runner up and Miss World South Africa. The 26-year-old BCom Accounting and PGDA graduate is currently doing her articles and is just the calibre of woman her country needs. She will be representing South Africa on the global stage in the Miss World competition later this year.
Among a gifted, smart and stunning group of women, it was the final year medical student from Paarl, Tamaryn Green who shone brightest and was crowned Miss South Africa 2018. She will also be representing South Africa at the Miss Universe pageant at the end of the year.
Before this, Tamaryn Green enjoyed her anonymity, hiking in between her medical exams and prices but that schedule just got a little more demanding.
In her Miss South Africa acceptance speech Green said: “I promise to build on the legacy of all former Miss South Africa title holders and to represent my country with elegance, style, beauty and unwavering commitment. Miss South Africa is so much more than just a competition. It is a calling, an opportunity to give back to the country that has richly provided so much to me so far. “As Miss South Africa I will be in a strong position to assist with the reconstruction of a better South Africa. I have always been passionate about making a positive and progressive difference in the lives of others. I grew up being exposed to two very different worlds: That of the fortunate and less fortunate. I want to assist in bringing those worlds together. I believe this can be done by providing equal education to all. Actions speak louder than words.I want to be a voice to those who cannot be heard, a servant and role model to South Africans and to the people of the world at large.”
We look forward to seeing what Tamaryn’s promising reign as Miss South Africa will bring.