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Meet Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa 2019

Mat­a­pa Maila Rikhot­so, 33-year-old, hails from Polok­wane in Limpopo, walked away with the crown of Tam­my Tay­lor Mrs South Africa amid an elec­tric pro­duc­tion at Tam­my Tay­lor Mrs South Africa in the City Of Ekurhu­leni.

High­light­ing top SA capa­ble South Africa design­ers, female Dee­jay pio­neer, DJ Zin­tle and TV per­son­al­i­ty Katlego Maboe as the MC of the night, the pro­duc­tion gen­uine­ly depict­ed present day women own­ing their pow­er.

Mat­a­pa is hitched to Dou­glas Rikhot­so and blessed with a 4-year-old lit­tle girl, Rifu­wo. Mat­a­pa works in Cat­e­go­ry Man­age­ment. Pass­ing matric appeared to be an out­landish errand for Mat­a­pa on account of her hin­dered foun­da­tion yet today she is an alum­ni mul­ti­ple times over! Her orga­ni­za­tion “Mat­a­pa and com­pan­ions” keeps girl child in school.

Eno­li­cia Str­ev­er (30) from Welkom in the Free State is the first princess and the sec­ond princess is Jo-Ann Barn­well (37) from Cape Town.

Mat­a­pa said win­ning Tam­my Tay­lor Mrs South Africa showed her that noth­ing was incom­pre­hen­si­ble and that you are not a result of your con­di­tion.

She will rep­re­sent to South Africa at the Mrs World Pageant in Chi­na amid March of 2019.

By win­ning the cov­et­ed title, Mat­a­pa turns into attaché for SABC 3, the City of Ekurhu­leni, the Women 4 Women devel­op­ment and dif­fer­ent patrons of the Tam­my Tay­lor Mrs South Africa Pageant.

She also left with more than R1 mil­lion prizes includ­ing a Suzu­ki Vitara and a per­mit to her own spe­cial Tam­my Tay­lor Nails Fran­chise.

She also wins prizes from the accom­pa­ny­ing back­ers and brands includ­ing Tam­my Tay­lor Mrs South Africa with SABC 3 as a spon­sor, Tam­my Tay­lor Nails South Africa, Emper­ors Palace, City Of Ekurhu­leni, Renew­al Insti­tute, Lamelle Research Lab­o­ra­to­ries, Suzu­ki South Africa, Body 20 Stu­dio, Detan­gled Hair, Wella Pro­fes­sion­als, Sys­tem Pro­fes­sion­al, Mpact Recy­cling, Con­tem­po Fash­ion, Bat­su­mi Trav­el, Bren­toni Eye­wear, Grande Roche, Catrice Cos­met­ics, Caribbean Tan, Nom­i­na­tion Italy and Thandar Inc.

The Mrs South Africa asso­ci­a­tion and their final­ists raised over R900 000 for the Women 4 Women Foun­da­tion built up by Cindy Nell-Roberts.

They will use these assets to enable hin­dered ladies and young ladies through dif­fer­ent ven­tures lead by the final­ists and title hold­ers them­selves.

Mat­a­pa says she’s eager to work with her patrons with the end goal to engag­ing and edu­cat­ing women across the coun­try.

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