Natasha Joubert became the new Miss SA on Sunday 13 August in Pretoria. The beauty queen previously placed in the Miss SA top three in 2020. She then went on to represent South Africa at Miss Universe in 2020.
R1m in cash, a new home and more: What did Miss SA receive?
She revealed that this year she will not be competing in any international pageants but will instead focus on her reign as Miss SA. So, what did she receive when she became Miss SA 2023?
WHAT DID NATASHA JOUBERT RECEIVE?
R1 million in cash in a prize and sponsorship package
A serviced apartment at the lavish Brookfield at Royal in Kensington – developed by Tricolt – for the year of her reign.
She will also get to drive a Mercedes-Benz GLC
A trip to Paris sponsored by L’Oreal.
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THE NEW MISS SA: ‘I AM INCREDIBLY HONOURED AND HUMBLED’
In her acceptance speech, Natasha expressed that she was honoured and humbled and wants to make a positive difference in the world around her.
“I am incredibly honoured and humbled to be crowned Miss South Africa 2023. As I step into this new role, I am filled with a sense of responsibility to make a positive difference in the world around me,” she said.
“I believe that success is not just about personal accomplishments, but about the opportunities we have to give back and uplift those around us. I will strive to be a source of inspiration and support for others, just as I have been supported on my journey now and before,” she continued.