Here Is The Host For Miss SA 2021. The time has come for Mzansi to crown the next Miss South Africa. In 202o Limpopo born beauty queen Shudufhadzo Musida won the crown and has been doing a lot of positive work in Mzansi. From working with underprivileged children to anti bullying campaigns, Shudu has been front and centre when it comes to empowering the country.
Now that the year has past, it’s time for Shudu to pass over the crown to the new winner that will be selected out of the top ten hopefuls. The road to Miss SA has already begun as the date for the annual ceremony gets closer by the day. The platform has already introduced the country to the top ten finalist that will be competing for the crown on the night, and now they have also revealed who will be hosting the evening.
Taking to her social media account, 947 Breakfast With Anele host Anele Mdoda announced that she will be the host for Miss SA. Anele will be joining the likes of Bonang Matheba, Minnie Dlamini and more who have hosted the evening in the previous years. Anele is no stranger to the competition as she has been part of the judging panel for the prestigious ceremony in 2013, however this is her first time hosting the event.
Mdoda has shared her excitement to grace the stage and host the evening as they crown a new queen. Anele will be taking on her hosting duties alongside actor Nico Panagio who is the host of Survivor SA. The official night will take place October 16 at the Cape Town Grand Arena, Grandwest and will broadcast live on Mnet and Mzansi Magic at 17:00pm
Anele’s friends and followers all congratulated her for bagging the cool hosting gig, claiming that she is definitely the right pick for the job. Nico has also shred his excitement for the night and has shared some wise word of encouragement to the hopefuls which is being true to themselves.
“As each of them will already be acutely aware, there are certain key elements that sets one apart. These are most certainly authenticity, sincerity, and the ability to stay true to yourself despite the immense pressure to do otherwise. Keep your roots deep and your head held high, then rise and rise!” he said.