Hailing from Chatsworth, south of Durban, 25-year-old medical doctor Karishma Ramdev, has been selected as one of the top 10 finalists for the Miss South Africa pageant 2020. The 25-year-old medical doctor Ramdev currently works at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital and this will be her second attempt at the crown.
The 62nd edition of the Miss South Africa pageant is scheduled for Saturday, October 24. The much-anticipated event will be screened live on M-Net and Mzansi Magic which will see one of the Top 10 hopefuls scooping the title of Miss South Africa crown from Sasha-Lee Olivier. Ramdev who is now living in Johannesburg is among the top 10 South African women set to run for the title of Miss South Africa, announced this week. Speaking to Newsbreak, Ramdev says she looks forward to adding to the lives of those who are most in need through this platform
The Miss South Africa Top 10 finalists,
Karishma Ramdev (25) who hails from Chatsworth in KwaZulu Natal, is now based in Joburg working as a medical doctor at the Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital.
Shudufhadzo Musida (24) comes from Ha-Masia in Limpopo and has a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Pretoria. She is currently doing her BA Honours in International Relations at the University of Witwatersrand.
Jordan van der Vyver (24) comes from Greenpoint, Cape Town, and is an international model who usually spends half the year working overseas.
Aphelele Mbiyo (24) who was born in Mthata and raised in Port Elizabeth but currently lives in Johannesburg, holds a BA in Integrated Marketing Communications.
Lebogang Mahlangu (24) from Soshanguve, Gauteng, is a food scientist working in research and development for a large multi-national.
Busisiwe Mmotla (27) is from Soweto and is a Senior & FET Phase teacher who graduated from the University of Johannesburg and is currently studying for a diploma in personal training.
Chantelle Pretorius (24) from Tshwane, Gauteng, a full-time international model who is also finishing her B.Com Business Management degree through Unisa and has a diploma in nutrition.
Natasha Joubert (23) who is from Centurion, Tshwane, has a B.Com in Marketing Management and works in PR at a firm of attorneys.
Thato Mosehle (25) hails from Klerksdorp in the North West and is a medical doctor currently completing her internship with the aim of becoming an anaesthesiologist.
Melissa Nayimuli (24) is from Butterworth in the Eastern Cape but now lives in Sunninghill, Johannesburg where she works as an account manager for a marketing agency.
The Miss South Africa pageant will also be livestreamed for international audiences.
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