Miss South Africa winners: Where are they now?
Where do the winners of the Miss South Africa title go after they relinquish their crown? We checked in on some of the post-2000 winners to find out how they're doing.
2000: Jo-Ann Strauss is probably the most successful winner to come out of the Miss South Africa competition. Jo-Ann is not only famous for her role as one of the Top Billing presenters, but she is currently hosting a show on Etv called Glambition. Picture: Twitter
2002: Cindy Nell is a model and TV presenter, best known for her role on the popular lifestyle show Pasella. She has also appeared as a host on Miss South Africa and Woza Lunchtime during the 2010 World Cup. She competed on Strictly Come Dancing and MNET's Celebrity Survivor Santa Carolina. Picture: Twitter
2003: Joan Ramagoshi is launching a range of cosmetics for the hotel industry and is working on expanding her Real Architects Women’s Day event to other African countries. Read our profile on her here. Picture: Gallo
2006: Megan Coleman has a Bachelor of Social Science degree (in Media, Communications & Marketing) and runs an image consulting business called Image Insured in Hillcrest. Picture: Facebook
2008: Tatum Keshwar is a TV personality, model, speaker and MC. She will be hosting this year's South Africa India Film and Television Awards. Picture: Twitter
2009: Nicole Flint has become a regular face on television and a daily voice on radio. In 2011, she featured on the SuperSport Olympic broadcast team and is heavily involved in Ballz Visual Radio presenting in Joburg Monday to Friday between 15:00 and 18:00. Picture: Twitter
2010: Bokang Motjane went on to be named Miss World Africa in 2011. She has a Public Relations Management diploma and is the MD of a modeling and confidence school in Auckland Park. Picture: Facebook
2011: Melinda Bam has not only been named FHM's sexiest woman for 2013, but the former Miss SA is proving that she is a force to be reckoned with in the local fashion industry with her soon-to-be launched swimwear line, Bambshell. Picture: Facebook