The miss South African finalist, Natasha Joubert, has once again proven that she has a head for business after being the winner of this beauty pageant’s unique reality series for the second consecutive week. Crown Chaserswas announced.
RNews previously reported that finalists as part of this reality series together in the Miss. SA headquarters live, from where they have to tackle various challenges.
Finalists’ entrepreneurial and business skills are put to the test to encourage tourism, to show support for women-owned businesses and to showcase aspects of their culture or heritage.
Zozibini Tunzi, former Miss. SA and Miss Universe titleholder Leandie du Randt, actress, presenter and entrepreneur, and Bonang Matheba, radio and TV personality, serve as judges and at the end of each episode, one of the 12 finalists is voted off, with the seven remaining finalists moving on to compete in the live final.
Natasha has her second in Sunday night’s episode Crown Chaserswon the challenge after designing the best packaging and business plan for an energy drink.
In the previous week’s episode, the finalists exchanged the City of Gold for Mauritius’ golden beaches. Here they were tasked with creating a travel video diary, completing a beach challenge and taking part in a swimwear photo shoot – which Natasha also won.
She says she was delighted with her double victory, especially because she was able to show her creative side in both challenges.
“The two challenges were very different from each other, but in both I was able to use my creative side. These challenges are exactly what they say they are, namely challenging. However, I always want to put myself in the position to think differently and grow.”
This is the second time that the brunette beauty has won the coveted Miss. Chasing SA title after she was announced as the second runner-up in 2020 and represented her country at the Miss. Represented Universe competition.
The miss SA finalists Lungo Katete and Lebohang Raputsoe are in the first and second episodes of Crown Chasers tuned in
On Sunday night, viewers also saw Levern Jose make the decision to pack her bag herself, meaning that no contestant was voted out.
RNews also reported earlier that Levern from the Miss. withdrew from the SA competition because she was allegedly bullied after she was announced as one of the top 12 finalists. However, the online bullying to which Levern was subjected stems from allegations by a former schoolmate that she, who is José, was a bully herself at school.