In Pictures: The expensive lifestyle of Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane
South African beauty pageant, model and ballet dancer Lalela Mswane was crowned Miss SA 2021 beauty contest succeed outgoing Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida.
Lalela Mswane was born on March 27 1997 in KwaSokhulu, Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal. In 2015 she became the first runner up at the 2015 Matric Experience pageant.
In real life, Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane is a qualified Lawyer and holds an LLB Bachelor of Law qualification from the University of Pretoria.
Having suffered rejection from modelling agencies helped Advocate Lalela develop a thick skin and drive to address unemployment problems affecting young South Africans.
Her desire to alleviate poverty from the young people of South Africa drives her desire to meet the Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi, to discuss ways of alleviating the growing unemployment problem.
Despite growing up in a middle-class family, Lalela developed a taste for glitz and glamour. Winning the Miss SA crown will help her sustain her expensive life.
Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane Business Deals
Over her modelling years, Lalela managed to score advertising deals with automobile giants Mercedes Benz South Africa. She is also a brand ambassador for South African Media personality Bonang Matheba’s beverage company House of Bonang.
Her desire to alleviate pain and love for the less privileged led her to form Lalela Mswane Foundation. The Mswane Foundation strive to empower the youth to soar beyond the boundaries that life has placed before them. With the support of her mother, she will realise her humanitarian goal to educate, alleviate and empower.
Random Facts about Miss SA 2021 Lalela Mswane
What do you do in your spare time?
If I’m not reading, you’ll find me changing my nail colour or organising my clothing cupboards.
What is your single biggest achievement?
Obtaining my Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Pretoria in minimum time.
What would be your dream holiday?
A week-long summer vacation in Bora-Bora, a small South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia with my mom and siblings.