‘Two months to go’: Bryoni Govender ready for Miss Universe
Miss SA runner up Bryoni Govender is ready to take on the Miss Universe pageant in El Salvador in two months!
The Miss SA Organisation shared new photos of Miss SA runner-up Bryoni Govender, who will be representing South Africa at the Miss Universe pageant in El Salvador on 18 November.
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NEW PHOTOS OF MISS UNIVERSE SA
The Miss SA Organisation shared new photos of Miss SA runner up Bryoni Govender, South Africa’s representative for the upcoming Miss Universe pageant. Take a look…
“A Vision @bryoni.govender . 2 Months to go until the @missuniverse competition in El Salvador,” the post was captioned.
Bryoni also shared a headshot from her photo shoot.
Today officially marks 2 months before Miss Universe finale, and in honour of that I thought I’d post this headshot which was taken as part of my official Miss Universe South Africa 2023 photoshoot
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BRYONI GOVENDER ON COMPETING AT MISS UNIVERSE
Bryoni will be the first person of Indian heritage to represent the country since Miss SA 1997 Kerishnie Naiker. Naiker placed in the Top 10 of the Miss Universe pageant in 1998.
The law graduate revealed that her advocacy is to address women empowerment. She also revealed that she had already started extensive preparations
“I have always believed that being different is a superpower and becoming the second South African of Indian descent to represent our beautiful country on the international stage is a testament to that fact. I will be giving the competition my all and have already started extensive preparations,” said Bryoni according to a press release.
“I cannot describe how excited I am to start this Miss Universe journey and as this new chapter unfolds, I am fully committed to my support of women equality in South Africa. My advocacy is to address and remove the gaps in the progress of women empowerment by introducing mentorship programmes focusing on business and leadership courses, entrepreneurial and job training programmes and skills development training programmes on secondary to post-tertiary levels of education for girls and women,” she continued.
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