If you have what it takes to be the next representative of South Africa on the global stage, you only have until May 31 to submit your application online.
Since last year, the Miss South Africa organization has put the entry process online in order to reach as many young women as possible and give candidates from any region of the country the opportunity to take part.
Interested applicants can simply visit the Miss South Africa official website, answer a number of questions, and upload photographs from your social media accounts such as Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Miss South Africa 2020 will be crowned in August during the 62nd edition of the national pageant.
Last year’s winner Zozibini Tunzi, who was crowned Miss Universe 2019 in the USA, became the first black South African Miss Universe in history. Sasha-Lee Olivier, who competed in Miss World 2019, took over her reign as Miss South Africa 2019.
Photos: Yolanda van der Stoep, Willem Botha