Miss SA, Tamaryn Green believes pageants have a purpose

The new Miss South Africa Tamaryn Green says pageants still have a place in society.

Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, Green says she has learnt a lot from the other contestants.

Pageants still have a purpose. It's not even pageants anymore, it's much more than that.

Tamaryn Green, Miss SA 2018

READ: Miss SA: I really want to to inspire the youth and show them that it is possible

This title means everything to me. It's been something I've wanted to do all my life, it's something I wanted to archive.

Tamaryn Green, Miss SA 2018

What it really means to me is the opportunity to represent this country and to help our country to inspire young people, to motivate them and show them anything is possible.

Tamaryn Green, Miss SA 2018

Listen to how Green will use her title to help others...


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