Bryoni Govender to represent SA at Miss Supranational

The Miss South Africa Organisation announced that Miss SA runner-up Bryoni Govender will be representing South Africa at the Miss Supranational pageant to be held in Nowy Sącz in Poland on 6 July.


Miss SA runner-up Bryoni Govender, who represented South Africa at the Miss Universe pageant, will yet again be representing Mzansi at the Miss Supranational pageant this year. The Miss Supranational pageant will take place on 6 July in Nowy Sącz in Poland. Reigning Miss Supranational Andrea Aguilera of Ecuador will be crowning her successor at the end of the night.

“I am incredibly excited and honoured to have the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Miss Supranational competition. I have been working tirelessly to prepare myself both mentally and physically for the competition. These preparations have included intense training sessions to enhance my physical fitness, catwalk, poise and stage presence,” said Bryoni.

“I have also been working with top-notch trainers to improve my communication skills and develop a strong and impactful voice. I always say that the most important thing for me when preparing for any competition is to have a positive and healthy mindset and to have put in all the necessary work,” she continued.

The beauty queen also revealed that her experience during the Miss Universe pageant last year taught her many lessons.

“It taught me invaluable lessons about confidence and grace. These platforms demand more than physical beauty; it’s about owning your uniqueness and embracing it. I learned to stand tall, speak my truth and carry myself with poise. The spotlight can be intimidating, but I realised that authenticity shines brighter than any spotlight,” she said.

“And now, as I step into the international arena once again, I carry with me the lessons learned. I know that genuineness, resilience and a honest connection with people transcends borders. Whether I win a crown or not, I’ll continue making South Africa proud. So, here’s to dreams realised, lessons learned and the magic of representing my country on a global stage,” she continued.

Bryoni holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Johannesburg.
She was admitted as an attorney last year.
She campaigns for women empowerment in South Africa through her initiative Her Way Out. The primary goal of Her Way Out is to advocate for women and men universally and help educate them on their legal rights.
Bryoni hails from Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
She is dating former Kaizer Chiefs striker Samir Nurkovic.