[WATCH] Zozi returning to US after colourful Cape Town welcome
The Miss South Africa organisers have thanked South Africans for their support during Zozibini Tunzi's homecoming tour as Miss Universe.
Hundreds of Capetonians turned out in the city centre to welcome the radiant international star on her final stop before she returns to New York.
Today is @zozitunzi's last day in South Africa. Thank you to everyone who joined us on her Homecoming Tour. You truly are one of a kind South Africa – we love you! 🇿🇦❤️#ZoziComesHome #MissUniverse pic.twitter.com/MdkVjo5kd7— Miss South Africa (@Official_MissSA) February 15, 2020
Ahead of her float tour of the city, SA's own Miss Universe made an appearance in Parliament at the State of the Nation Address.
She was there at the invitation of President Cyril Ramaphosa, along with Springbok skipper Siya Kolisi.
On Friday, Tunzi -accompanied by Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato - took the time to chat with fans at the Grand Parade, who expressed their joy and pride at her achievement.
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