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From Boity to Nadia Nakai and more, the Miss SA finale has a star-studded entertainment lineup

The Miss SA pageant is a South African institution and never fails to bring in top star quality from around the country.

This year, the pageant is sticking to its ‘Go big or go home’ motto for the grand finale set to take place on Saturday 13 August. The organisation unveiled its lineup of artist who will keep us entertained on the night - and it promises to be a star-studded affair.

Rapper Nadia Nakai, media personality Boity, international award-winning artist Makhadzi, South African DJ and music producer Heavy K, R&B sensation Elaine, and Seasons hitmaker Lloyiso, will all be performing. LLoyiso made headlines earlier this year when he performed at the wedding ceremony of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz. Rapper Rouge and Idols season 16 finalist Ndoni will also be taking the stage.

"Soooo excited to be performing on the #MissSA2022 stage," said Boity on Instagram. Rouge echoed this sentiment, writing: "It's about to go down," in her own post.

Earlier this month, South African radio and television personality Anele Mdoda was announced as the host for this year’s finale. Survivor SA presenter Nico Panagio will be co-hosting the event.

"I'm very excited that we are back to a full capacity arena because a packed arena suits my energy levels and always motivates me to work just that little bit harder to ensure that everyone has a good time and really enjoys the evening," said Mdoda of her hosting gig.

Meanwhile, Miss South Africa 2022 live pageant producer Relebogile Mabotja, expressed her excitement over the entertainment lineup.

"We are very excited about the entertainment lined up for this year's Miss South Africa finale. We really wanted to present something new, something classic, something fresh and something unexpected in the pageant world but in line with our messaging. Having the range of performers lined up to grace our stage is only fitting for a night where we crown our next Miss South Africa. It will be a big night of enthralling performances, and audiences can expect to move and to be moved during the show," she said.

Miss South Africa 2022 will be broadcast live on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) and on M-Net (DStv 101) on Saturday 13 August from 18.30 pm. It will also be streamed for an international audience on the Miss SA app.

Tickets for the pageant can be bought via the app, website as well as from Ticketmaster. General access tickets cost from R250 to R450, while VIP tickets are R1 500 and include a glamorous red-carpet and pre-event celebration.

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