MISS Soweto 2021 has been crowned and 22-year-old Ludina Ngwenya took the title and the crown.
Ontshiametse Tlhopane and Thando Tshabalala were crowned first princess and second princess, respectively.
“Knowing what it feels like to live with visible difference, I’m passionate about challenging the stigma and prejudice faced by people who live with visible differences such as scars, marks and conditions in order to build a more inclusive, safer and more realistic society,” she said in her audition video.
The judges were media personality Bridget Masinga, former fashion and beauty editor Grace Mantjiu and lifestyle editor and editor-in-chief of S-Mag, Emmanuel Tjiya.
Award-winning singer Amanda Black and Idols SA season 17 Top 16 finalist Ithana, who is also a Miss Soweto 2020 1st runner-up, performed during the night.
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