Newly crowned Miss South Africa Ndavi Nokeri received the keys to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan on Sunday 14 August, which she will drive during her reign as Miss SA.


Ndavi Nokeri from Limpopo was crowned Miss South Africa 2022 at the pageant finals held at the SunBet Arena in Time Square, Pretoria on Saturday 13 August. Second place goes to Ayanda Thabete.

This year, there are no longer two second places, but only two best ones. Therefore, Miss SA 2022 will compete in all three international pageants. If she is unable to do so, her role will be taken over by the runner-up.

Miss SA will now also allow mothers and married women to compete. Ndavi was a fan favorite – a 23-year-old beauty from Tzaneen in Limpopo. She holds a BCom in Investment Management from the University of Pretoria and currently works for an asset management firm. Read our live blog about the contest here.

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Today (Sunday August 14) is the first day of Ndavi’s reign. So what was she up to? Well, she was handed the keys to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan that she will be driving during her tenure.


Ndavi Nokeri was handed the keys to a Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan. Images: Included.

The beauty queen’s first day as Miss SA also included interviews and photo shoots.

“For a girl from Gabaza to be seen, embraced and chosen to represent her country is a groundbreaking moment. A moment that reaffirms that our dreams do come true, no matter where we come from,” she said in her speech.

“I am grateful to the women who have gone before me, who have broken glass ceilings so that I can stand here today, empowered, fulfilled and ready to proudly raise the South African flag wherever I go and shine a light of hope for the entire South. Africans, she continued.

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