Miss South Africa 2020 Top 15: Natasha Joubert

27 Jun 2020 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss South Africa 2020 is all set to host the annual edition virtually where the representatives to Miss Universe 2020, Miss World 2020 and Miss Supranational 2020 will be crowned. The organization also recently announced that the pageant is going under dramatic and exciting changes for the new decade. These changes are all part of an ongoing drive by the Miss South Africa organisation to grow the Miss South Africa brand and keep it relevant in today’s world. Rebranding includes the launch of a new logo with the tagline: Face Your Power. Embrace Your Future.

Just recently, the Top 15 semi-finalists were revealed out of the 35 contestants who began their journey in the national competition. Natasha Joubert, the 22-year-old stunning beauty, has made it to the Top 15 being a crowd's favourite since the beginning of the competition.

Natasha hails from Centurion, Tshwane, Gauteng and is a Public Relations Officer at RFJ Inc. Attorneys and founder and owner of Natalia Jefferys (Pty) Ltd. She has a B.Com Marketing Management Graduate from Boston City Campus. She says she was a tomboy as a little girl and would much rather play outside with boys and was the only girl in her karate class.


Miss South Africa 2020 Top 15: Natasha Joubert


Not new to the pageantry, Natasha competed in Miss Globe 2016 where she represented her country with absolute sincerity and dedication. With her exemplary performance, Natasha was adjudged the fourth runner-up at the end of the event finale. She aims to do better for the people of her country through her efforts as a beauty queen. Natasha is a strong and confident beauty queen and can definitely represent her country at an international platform such as Miss Universe. She even holds the experience to do that with her successful stint at Miss Globe.

On being a part of Miss South Africa 2020, she says, “What a humbling experience thus far. I truly feel honoured to be amongst one of the Top 15 semi-finalists. In this amount of time I have experienced self-growth, vulnerability and stepping outside of my comfort zone. Miss South Africa is now, more than ever, a platform to empower women and it’s something I’ve experienced first-hand. I have learnt how to use my voice to add value, to lead by example and will continue my efforts to do so in every opportunity that comes my way.” She describes herself as unwavering, compassionate and ambitious and says her guilty pleasure is salted caramel Ha¨agen-Dazs ice cream. Being a crowd's favourite, she will definitely be a strong contender for Miss South Africa 2020 this year.