WHEN Miss SA 2019 was crowned, Zozibini Tunzi believed that the little girl from rural Tsolo, in the Eastern Cape could shine because her dreams were bigger than her fears. That moment, that incredible surreal when she heard her name being called as the new Miss South Africa, she believed in the power of her dreams.
On Thursday, South Africa’s beauty took the moment to her Instagram, she expressed: at that moment she knew that it was her turn to shine the light of South Africa onto the Universe.
“It is my honour, even though I still feel like I have a lot of work to do to be the beacon of Ubuntu to the world and I hope that I make you proud, South Africa. I believed in an organisation who nurtured 16, bright-eyed women. Women who will go out and set fire to the world with their ambition, passion, and power,” she shares.
Zozibini says that she believed that the love and support of a family who spoke strength into her heart when she was scared could move mountains.
On Wednesday she also shared behind the scene snaps from her “exciting” photoshoot for the Sun Met. She asked if it was too early to get excited about the horses.
The 25-year-old was crowned as the 61st Miss South Africa on Women’s Day, August 9. She is the first Miss SA to wear the new Buhle crown.