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New Miss SA 'humbled' as congratulations stream in on social media

Zozibini Tunzi, originally from the Eastern Cape, was crowned Miss South Africa 2019 during a glitzy ceremony at Time Square in Pretoria on Friday evening.

Messages of congratulation streamed in on social media and included tweets from the government and from individual ministers.

Many twitter users feel Tunzi's win will serve as an inspiration for girls and women everywhere.

The 25-year-old public relations student says she's humbled and honoured and will use her new responsibility effectively.


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