Tuesday, December 15, 2009

21 year-old Nicole Flint from Pretoria is the newly crowned Miss South Africa 2010 held at the Sun City Superbowl

Miss South Africa 2009

More than 3750 people watched as Nicole Flint, a radio station employee, won the Miss South Africa pageant at the Sun City Superbowl

Nicole Flint, 21, from Pretoria was crowned Miss South Africa at the pageant at the Sun City Superbowl last night. With her are first princess Matapa Maila, left, and second princess Lisa Van Zyl

Pretoria's Flint, 21, is personal assistant to Jacaranda FM's Darren Scott. She was entering the pageant for the first time, while Matapa Maila, 24, was runner-up for the second time in three attempts at the title. Maila was told by choreographers not to cry. Cape Town's Lisa van Zyl was crowned the second princess.

Flint is hoping to study towards a diploma in journalism and further her career in the media industry. The first-year apprentice for Jacaranda said she would leave the station and pursue the Miss SA challenge: "I have told the Jacaranda crew that if I win I will have to leave them to start with my new journey with Sun International."

The prestigious 52nd Miss SA was attended by former title holders such as Claudi Henkel, Kerishnee Naiker, Megan Coleman, Thuli Sithole, Cindy Nell and celebrities such as Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Mr SA Stephen Segal and Generations actress Sonia Sedibe.

Flint will represent South Africa at the Miss Universe 2010 pageant next June, and the Miss World 2010 contest in Vietnam next November. Courtesy Times Live

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