Miss SA Ndavi Nokeri rings in spring with a new look. Images via Instagram @ndavi.nokerii.

Hello September! Miss SA Ndavi melts hearts with spring look

Miss South Africa Ndavi Nokeri decided to change up her look for spring with faux locs and a bright outfit! Take a look…


Miss SA Ndavi Nokeri rings in spring with a new look. Images via Instagram @ndavi.nokerii.

Miss SA Ndavi Nokeri rang in the season of spring by changing up her look as seen in an Instagram post on Thursday 1 September.  


Ndavi Nokeri previously often rocked a high ponytail but now she has debuted her faux locs. She took to Instagram to ring in spring with a flattering blue outfit from Forever new which she pair with black heels. Take a look…

“Spring is a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can truly be. Happy Spring Day! ????,” she wrote.

Ndavi was crowned Miss SA on Saturday 13 August at the SunBet Arena, Times Square in Pretoria. Ndavi is only the third beauty queen from Limpopo to be crowned Miss SA. She is also the second Miss SA from Limpopo in the last two years following in the footsteps of Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida. 

Ndavi Nokeri was crowned Miss SA 2022. Images: Supplied.

The first beauty queen to be crowned Miss SA from Limpopo was Bokang Montjane who was the titleholder in 2010. Bokang competed in Miss Universe 2011 and Miss World 2011.

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Miss SA officially had her homecoming in Limpopo last weekend. The 23-year-old kicked off her homecoming with a visit to Greenside Primary school in Polokwane and a street parade in the Limpopo city.

On day three of her homecoming, Ndavi returned to her home – Gabaza inTzaneen.

“For a girl from Gabaza to be seen, embraced and chosen to represent her country is a groundbreaking moment. A moment that reaffirms that our dreams are valid, regardless of where we come from,” she said in her acceptance speech.

“I am grateful for the women who have gone before me who broke the glass ceiling so I could stand here today empowered, fulfilled and ready to proudly raise the South African flag high everywhere I go and to shine the light of hope to all South Africans,” she continued.

Miss SA CEO Stephanie Weil said Nadavi’s homecoming was a success.

“This homecoming tour has been an unmitigated success.I’ve seen people come out for Miss South Africa queens on other homecoming tours, but this turnout was simply

astonishing. Thank you Limpopo,” said Weil. 

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