Miss South Africa 2021 Top 10: Tiffany Francis

07 Aug 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss South Africa organization will be hosting the coronation for Miss South Africa 2021 on 16th October 2021 at Sun International Grandwest Arena, where the representatives for next year’s editions of Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss Supranational will be crowned. The organization officially announced the top 10 delegates who will now compete for the national crown.

Tiffany Francis is one of the finalists who will be vying for the coveted crowns and an opportunity to represent South Africa on an international stage. She is 22-years-old. She is the owner of Tiffany K Models as well as a professional model with ICE Models (JHB) and ICE Genetics (CPT) as well as a fashion design student.



After being announced as one of the finalists, Tiffany mentioned, "I aim to be representation for our young women and men facing adversity. In an environment that requires conformity, I want to urge South Africans to transform. " She entered Miss South Africa 2021 intending to inspire and encourage the people of her country. Tiffany shared that when she had to put her studies on hold due to her father’s unemployment, she found it difficult to find the strength and confidence to bounce back, but after she started her own business, she was able to give herself the mental and financial security to go forward with her aspirations as well as encourage others to do the same.

Tiffany’s mother and late aunt are the role models in her life who have taught her to be resilient and empathic. She is passionate about her business and beauty pageants. She shared, "Entrepreneurship is a rollercoaster ride filled with self-exploration. I've unlocked several parts of my potential through experience and have a deeper sense of self and independence. All while learning that your circumstances do not decide your future, you do. "



The stunning queen shared that she believes that pageantry gives women a platform to empower and embrace their purpose. Beauty pageants have also managed to open new doors and create opportunities for women, which helps them to stay dedicated and focused on their dreams. On asking about what she would like to change about South Africa, Tiffany mentioned, "The status of unemployment, specifically within our younger demographic. With the youth unemployment rate sitting at 74%, we now more than ever must empower those around us to have confidence in the unique traits and skills they possess. We must create a future where life is not about the cards you are dealt, but rather the opportunities you’ve made available to yourself and others. We are the authors of our stories; we need to have confidence in this. "

The diva describes herself as a courageous, independent, and strong-willed woman who makes her way and does not follow the crown. She is now preparing herself for the finale and aims to represent South Africa at an international competition.