Miss South Africa 2021 will move into a furnished and serviced apartment at the luxurious Central Square after she is crowned, where she will stay for the duration of her reign. Currently, reigning Miss South Africa, Shudufhadzo Musida, calls Central Square home.
The Top 10 takes you on a tour
As the apartment door opens, viewers are met with the beautiful top 10 finalists of Miss SA. Each one of the ladies proceeds to take the viewers on a tour of a specific space in the apartment.
Vursa is proud to be part of the Miss South Africa 2021 project
The Sandton apartment has been fully refurbished and furnished by Vursa, a furniture and homeware lifestyle brand. Craig Nerwich and Daniel Chemel are the proud owners of this brand. And Nerwich explains how they became involved with Miss SA:
“When the opportunity arose for us to become a partner with the Miss SA brand, we were instantly drawn to its iconic status in this country as well as its underlying philosophy. Miss SA is more than just a pageant that is focused solely on appearance. With the focus being so much more about empowerment, inclusion and upliftment, it was a perfect fit for Vursa as these are values we believe in ourselves.”
When Nerwich and Chemel created the company, they wanted to offer their customers “more than just another furniture and homeware offering”.
“We have put a huge amount of emphasis into the quality of our products as well as the experience that our customers enjoy when shopping in our stores. We want our customers to feel like they are kings and queens. Their overall experience and the value they get from shopping with us is an absolute priority and of paramount importance.”
“We wanted to create something really special for the new Miss South Africa, and so we designed a beautiful and exclusive collection to acknowledge our partnership with the Miss South Africa brand. What is really special for us is that it will be available to everyone in all of our stores as well as online. With our exclusive Miss South Africa Collection anyone can now feel like a queen (or king),” says Nerwich.
Want to move in next door? According to the Central Square website, the cost of the apartments ranges between R2.5 million and R21 million.