Dec 9, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Unemployment to be focus area for new Miss SA

The new Miss SA Lalela Mswane, 24, said on Sunday that she would start the conversation about youth unemployment and look for meaningful solutions to this problem.

Mswane, from KwaSokhulu near Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal began her reign as Miss SA with a busy schedule, including a press conference with the two runners-up Moratwe Masima and Zimi Mabunzi, one day after the glamorous gala event. < / p>

“On the way to this title, I made unemployment the cornerstone of all causes, which I am interested in because it affects not only our youth, but also the cause of many of the social ills so widespread in South Africa is.

“It is now my duty as Miss SA to ensure that I start the conversation about unemployment among our youth and look for meaningful solutions that will have long-term effects on the discount n “said Mswane.

Mswane said she didn’t expect to win.

” I really didn’t expect it, so I started crying [when I was crowned ]. I was so shocked because I was so fulfilled and blessed to be in the top three. So for me, the title is really just the icing on the cake, “said Mswane.

She said her job now is to encourage, inspire, give hope and keep working and building on the legacy of the Past of Miss SA.

“I intend to live by my every word and to serve, guide and represent our beautiful nation to the best of my ability,” said Mswane.

All of the top 3 Miss SA’s will represent the country in the world’s three most prestigious competitions.

Previously, the Miss SA organization sent a representative to both Miss Universe and Miss World, but will now also have one Put up candidates for the Miss Supranational.

It will only be announced at a later date which candidate is going to which competition.