Miss South Africa triplets

Miss South Africa triplets (L-R) Thato Mosehle, Shudufhadzo Musida and Natasha Joubert
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Miss South Africa “triplets” reflect on year in tearful reunion [video]

Miss South Africa 2020 Top 3 – otherwise known as the “triplets” – are sharing their favourite moments from their year of reign…

Miss South Africa triplets

Miss South Africa triplets (L-R) Thato Mosehle, Shudufhadzo Musida and Natasha Joubert
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Outgoing Miss South Africa Top 3; Shudufhadzo Musida, Thato Mosehle and Natasha Joubert – aka the “triplets” – are sharing their fondest memories from their year of reign…

The queen and her 1st and 2nd runners-up reflected on their highlights in the lead up to Saturday’s crowning, which will usher in a new set of winners.

Speaking in a tearful reunion, Shudu, Natasha and Thato revealed the highlights of 2021…

Also read: Miss South Africa: Every woman crowned since the pageant’s inception


Natasha – who is Miss South Africa 2020’s 2nd runner-up, revealed that her highlight was participating in an international pageant.

She said: “My favourite moment would be going to Miss Universe and representing South Africa, but also having these two by my side. I’m so proud of us, I’ve made sisters for life and memories of a lifetime.”

First runner-up Thato – who represented SA at Miss Supranational – discovered and embraced more of herself during her year of reign.

She added: “Me realising how I’m such a better person in terms of confidence, what I stand for and who I am. I remember entering Miss South Africa thinking my goofiness was a weakness, but in actual fact it was my strength.

“I loved that the Miss South Africa journey preparing for an international pageant you get to grow and explore more of who you are, and you leave as a more confident woman.”

Looking back at all these precious moments with our Triplets ???? The sisterhood is an unwavering bond!✨ #misssa2020 #misssouthafrica #faceyourpower #embraceyourfuture

Posted by Miss South Africa on Saturday, 16 October 2021

And Shudu – who will hand over the crown to her successor on Saturday night – revealed that the journey has now made her see herself, and other women, in a new, positive light.

“My favourite moment of the Miss South Africa journey had to be the relationships I made. I think we underestimate the beauty of how we are relational beings, so the final stage was my favourite because I gained sisters, best friends and had the time of my life. The love between us and the Miss SA family is beautiful and to build us as well.

“The person I entered when I was Miss SA is not the person I am now. I have more goals that are aligned with not only my empowerment but also the empowerment of all women”.

What a journey it has been for our TOP 3!???????????? They have taken on the Universe and became Supranational! Now the world awaits!???? We are immensely proud to have Shudufhadzo Musida, Thato Thelma Mosehle and Natasha Joubert be part of the Miss SA sisterhood! ✨ They have surely stepped into their power and embraced their future and raised the South African flag High! ???????? #misssa2020 #misssouthafrica #faceyourpower #embraceyourfuture

Posted by Miss South Africa on Saturday, 16 October 2021

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Shudufhadzo also shared a montage of her year as Miss South Africa, where she championed the plight of mental health and women empowerment as her focus.

She also thanked the country as well as her colleagues for their support.

“It takes a village to raise a child, and I just want to thank South Africa for being my village. Thank you so much for engaging with me, supporting me and accepting me. I love you so much,” she said in a clip.

A year ago Shudufhadzo Musida took on the Miss South Africa stage and proclaimed her mission statement to South Africa “I will mobilise a mindful movement.” She didn’t only mobilise a mindful movement but she embodied it! She took the baton from her predecessors and has paved a way for other women to become GREAT! ???? You’ve reigned supreme and we can’t wait for the world to witness your magic!???? #MissSA2020 #ShudufhadzoMusida #faceyourpower #embraceyourfuture

Posted by Miss South Africa on Saturday, 16 October 2021