Sandisiwe Mbhele
Lifestyle Journalist
2 minute read
9 Sep 2021
5:44 pm

WATCH: This is where Miss SA 2021 winner is going to live

Sandisiwe Mbhele

The Miss SA organisation shared a well-orchestrated room tour of the pageant contestants revealing the apartment where the lucky winner will stay during her reign.

Miss SA top 10 hopefuls at Central Square apartment building. Picture: Screengrab

Miss South Africa 2021 top 10 hopefuls have been given another reason to fight for the coveted title.

The next Miss SA will be crowned in Cape Town at the Grand West Arena on 16 October. In the build-up to this, the hopefuls have been given a glimpse into the luxury lifestyle one of them will get to live.

The Miss SA organisation shared a well-orchestrated room tour of the pageant contestants revealing the apartment where the lucky winner will stay during her reign.

The luxury apartment is in Central Square, Sandton, Johannesburg. It is fitted with a built-in modern kitchen leading to a stylish dining area, a guest bathroom and of course a master bedroom.

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Current Miss SA, Shudufhadzo Musiḓa is living in the same apartment building and the interior design of her apartment is similar, however, it has a more dark natural tones.

Central Square is the official home of Miss SA and their two-bedroom apartments start from R4.2 million and three-bedroom apartments to rent from R40,000 a month.

The apartment complex is designed for modern living where luxury, privacy, security and convenience meet. Because it’s in the heart of Sandton, it will be easy access for Miss SA to enjoy the best dining and shopping experiences.

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The building’s amenities are also world-class, having multiple garden areas, Gold’s Gym, watching sunsets and sunrise at Sky Deck pool or dining at the delicious Piazza.

As her reign draws to a close, Shudu’s book, Shudu Finds Her Magic, is now available in stores nationwide in six languages. The book is about Musiḓa’s childhood memories and the bullying she experienced when she moved to a new province and a new school. The book is written for children between the ages of four and 12.

Compiled by Sandisiwe Mbhele