The miss South African organization apparently no longer send their winners to the coveted Miss. World beauty pageant does not send.
This follows after the Miss. World beauty pageant announced in a Facebook post on Thursday that the actress and businesswoman Carol Bouwer is the new licensee of Miss. World in South Africa is.
South African women will therefore, under the banner of her company, Carol Bouwer Productions, to the Miss. World competition can participate.
“Carol understands the importance of our cherished theme of ‘Beauty with a Purpose’, which all Miss. Support global activities right around the world. Carol’s passion, integrity and creativity will take Beauty with a Purpose to the next level,” the statement said.
This announcement was accompanied by photos of Bouwer, the current Miss. World, Karolina Bielawska, Julia Morley, head of Miss. World, and a former Miss. World, Rolene Strauss, posted on Facebook.
It is claimed that this decision was taken following the Miss. SA competition’s decision to open up participation to married women and mothers, something that the Miss. World competition still not allowed.
The miss SA organization recently announced several adjustments and additions to their competition, including that mothers and married women will now also be able to participate in this competition. These new rules also allow women who turn 30 in their coronation year to participate and there are also no height or weight specifications or requirements.
Rhewal it reported earlier that this decision apparently followed the Miss. Universe competition’s announcement in 2022 that “for the sake of inclusivity” for the first time in more than 70 years they will also allow mothers and married women to participate in their competition.
The suspicion is that Ms. SA made their changes to be in accordance with the Miss. Universe competition to be theirs, since Miss. SA winners have been doing extremely well in this competition for the past five years.
South Africa has had the same number of winners at the Miss. Universe‑ and the Miss. World competition produced.
Margaret Gardiner (1981), Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters (2017) and Zozibini Tunzi (2019) have already been Miss. Universe winners crowned, while Penny Coelen (1958), Anneline Kriel (1974) and Rolene Strauss (2014) were all Miss. won the world title.
The miss When asked, SA Competition said that there will be no official statement about this news. They also did not confirm the reason for their withdrawal.
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