South Africa set to host the Miss Heritage Global 2022
The crowning ceremony of the Miss Heritage Global 2022 pageant is set to take place at the Kalahari Waterfront Nandoni, Limpopo in South Africa on the 24th of September 2022 which also celebrates Heritage Day in South Africa.
As the world has adapted and is progressing toward recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, The Miss Heritage Global is the first international beauty pageant that focuses on the promotion of the diverse heritage in the world and the only internationally recognized international pageant that is hosted and is based in Africa.
Heritage month is celebrated annually in September in South Africa, allowing citizens to celebrate their heritage and recognize different aspects of our diverse South African cultures. As part of this celebration, the pageant is excited to crown the next Miss Heritage Global Queen 2022/2023 in South Africa.
“After postponing the pageant in 2021 because of the pandemic, the long wait is finally over as we’re excited that this year’s pageant is back and will be hosted in Limpopo, South Africa. I believe this is an opportunity for us to come together after being apart for so long, to celebrate our unique cultures and remind us of our rich heritage,” said Ronald Tisauke, Founder and Vice President of Miss Heritage Global.
The annual pageant is set to witness participants from across the world traveling to South Africa to compete for the title of Miss Heritage Global 2022. Countries such as Japan, France, the USA, UK, Canada, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and several other African countries are set to take part in the pageantry.
“This is the time to be reminded why our cultural heritage matters” – Mrs. Mbodi, the Chief Executive Officer
All representatives that qualified for the 2021 Grand Finale that was postponed have been formally engaged to prepare for the grand finale in 2022. Representatives from Botswana who haven’t applied are encouraged to do so before the closing date.
Applications will close on the 31st of May 2022.