Back row : Left to right; Tarryn Hattingh, Paula Msiza, Nkabati Mamorobela-Shezi, Thenjiwe Mdluli, Sherinne Winderley, Kerri Marks, Sumaiya Omar, Mokganyetsi Mashele, Naledia Marincowitz, Kamentha Pillay, Shannon Coetzee, Chandre Goosen-Joubert, Johanni Steenkamp, Zikhona Ngxata, Pearl Osa & Thando-Rose Manonga.
Front row : left to right; Candice Williams-Redddiar, Marika Opperman, Liz-Meri Holton, Lisa Mthembu, Mandlakazi Gcasamba, Olwethu Nodada (2nd Princess 2020) , Jacqueline Ferns (Mrs SA 2020), Sandra Harmse (1st Princess 2020) , Noko Mokobi, Natalie Joordan, Tarryn Pather, Ellenore Meyer.
A beautiful bright-coloured day out kicked off the Mrs. South Africa Summer Soiree. While the event was the first event hosted by the organisation under strict Covid19 regulation, it was a glamorous affair and the perfect opportunity for guests to dress up , show up and be treated to a delectable lively day out at Casalinga Organic Farm to celebrate the announcement of the top 25 finalist.
The semi-finalists in the 2020 edition of Mrs South Africa have been announced after a successful national live casting.
The organization invited entrants to Menlyn Park Shopping Centre for the live casting, Friday, 28 February, where the semi-finalists were sashed.
The casting allowed South African married women between the ages 25 and 50 to introduce themselves to the judges; Matapa Maila – Former Mrs South Africa 2019, Joani Johnson- CEO and Melany Viljoen – President of Tammy Taylor Nails South Africa, the results were audited by BDO South Africa.
8th November 2019
Jacqueline Ferns, 31 years old, from Polokwane in Limpopo, walked away with the crown of Mrs South Africa 2020, during an electric production, at Emperors Palace in the City Of Ekurhuleni.
Featuring top SA talented South Africa designers, African superstar , Lady Zamar and Katlego Maboe as the MC of the night, the production truly portrayed glitz and glam.
Women4Women is a non-profit and public benefit organization focused on Female Empowerment and Community Upliftment. A program to improve the lives of the less fortunate and previously disadvantaged women and children in South Africa and beyond.
Our founder, Cindy Nell-Roberts is a well-known South-African celebrity, television presenter and business owner.
Cindy started working on various philanthropic projects in 2003 as Miss South Africa and has discovered that above all, her true passion and calling in life is the empowerment and upliftment of other women, to help them improve their earnings, conditions, confidence and future.
Women4Women have partnered with the Mrs South Africa Pageant and will be the official beneficiary of the Mrs South Africa annual fundraising ball commencing as from 2018. All funds raised will be distributed to community projects which are ultimately focused on job creation for the less fortunate.
Mrs South Africa (Pty) Ltd is the No. 1 Pageant and Female Empowerment program for married women, in South Africa. It is not a beauty pageant in the traditional sense of the word.
Mrs South Africa is truly a life-changing journey for the women who enter this renowned empowerment program. The opportunity and platform that Mrs South Africa PTY LTD creates, for these women, is significant in every way and truly creates a ripple effect across our beautiful country. Through the journey, women discover the best versions of themselves again. They learn that you are never too old to follow your dreams and be the voice of change.