Crowning Moment Miss SA 2018 Tamaryn Greens
A radiant Tamaryn Green has been crowned Miss South Africa 2018 in the year that the pageant proudly celebrated its 60th anniversary Diamond Jubilee.
The 23-year-old medical student from Paarl will receive R3-million in prizes in one of the richest pageants in the world. Green will also be representing South Africa at the Miss Universe pageant at the end of the year.
Runner up was 26-year-old B Comm graduate Thulisa Keyi from East London who took the title Miss World South Africa and who will represent South Africa on the global stage in this competition later this year. She will receive nearly R600 000 in prizes.
An excited and overwhelmed Green said she was determined to make a difference during her reign.
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.
Credit: (Photos: Gallo)
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