Miss SA Ndavi Nokeri will pay a courtesy visit to Hosi Mhlaba’s Royal Palace


By Staff Writer

The Limpopo provincial government will host homecoming activities to appreciate and celebrate the newly crowned Miss SA 2022, Ndavi Nokeri. The activities will run from 26 to 28 August 2022 in Polokwane and Greater Tzaneen Municipality.

The first leg of the three-day series of activities begins at Meropa Casino and Entertainment Centre on 26 August 2022. Miss SA will be officially received at a Breakfast Session by the Premier of Limpopo, Mr. Chupu Stanley Mathabatha accompanied by Members of the Executive Council, Executive Mayors of Capricorn District, Mopani District, Polokwane Municipality, and the Mayor of Greater Tzaneen Municipality.

The breakfast session will be followed by a street parade in and around the City Polokwane then head to Greenside Primary School to give a motivational talk and distribute sanitary towels to learners before travelling to her hometown, Tzaneen.

On 27 of August 2022, Miss SA will pay a courtesy visit to Hosi Mhlaba’s Royal Palace after she shall have been officially received in Mopani District by both the Executive Mayor of Mopani and Mayor for the Greater Tzaneen Municipality.

The visit to Hosi Mhlaba will be followed by a visit to Ezamazwe Education Centre for Innovation, after which there will be a street parade in and around the streets of Tzaneen, Nkowankowa and Tickyline Village.

The day will be concluded at a gala dinner to be held in Tzaneen.

The homecoming will close with a bang as the family, community of Gavaza and the surrounding villages will be given an opportunity to celebrate the Miss SA in style, through a mini music festival to showcase the diverse culture of Limpopo.

The twenty-three-old Nokeri who hails from Gavaza Village, in the Greater Tzaneen Municipality joins an illustrious list of former winners of the coveted title from Limpopo, including Bokang Montjane and Shudufhadzo Musida.

Ndavi is the second contestant from Limpopo to be crowned Miss SA in the space of three-years, after Shudufhadzo Musida in 2020.

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