While congratulations were in-order for our new queen, others jumped on the opportunity to credit Bonang Matheba for her presenting skills.
She's a diva,— JoziStyle (@JoziStyle) May 27, 2018
She's a queen,
She is 100% Bonang!
I hope @bonang_m hosts the future @Official_MissSA @MillionThrills!
She was ultra glamorous, witty professional, and gracious, as a host!#MissSA2018 pic.twitter.com/DcT06xRWUV
Congrats @bonang_m on your magnificent job as MC @Official_MissSA - this dress you wore by @stevenkhalil was absolutely stunning. #MissSouthAfrica #MissSA2018 #MissSA18 #MondayMotivation #BeingBonang #DressedToKill pic.twitter.com/Idl1hiLOsx— Jennifer Su (Jen Su) (@jennifer_su) May 28, 2018
All eyes were glued on the Miss South Africa pageant as Tamaryn Green was crowned Miss SA 2018 on Sunday night.
The 23-year-old medical student from Paarl is most excited about using this platform to make a positive and progressive change in South Africa.
At the event held at Sun Arena at Times Square in Pretoria, Green said, “As Miss South Africa I will use my medical knowledge to help and heal. Secondly, as an influencer I will inspire and motivate all the women of South Africa to reach for their strengths and overcome their challenges.”
The reigning queen, Tamaryn Green. Picture: Supplied.
Active social media users couldn’t help themselves and applauded Green on reigning as SA’s beauty queen.
Global media intelligence company, Meltwater, monitored and analysed the data surrounding the event and the crowning of the new Miss SA.
The results indicated that thousands of South Africans had tuned in from all over the country and abroad, and had taken mostly to Twitter to express themselves about the new pageant winner.