The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has recently come out in direct opposition to popular pageant event, Miss South Africa.
The party’s Secretary General, Godrich Gardee, sent a letter to the organisers of the event, calling them out for being a “racist” platform that is used “to promote whiteness”, Sunday World reported.
Gardee apparently sent a list of questions to the Miss SA organisers, quizzing them on who their sponsors are and how they are attempting to increase black participation and interest in the pageant when it comes to service providers.
Miss SA Managing Director, Stephanie Weil, told Sunday World that the majority of the pageant’s service providers strictly follow BEE guidelines, The Citizen reported.
Weil went on to point out that the Miss SA organisers had also put in extra effort to make sure that this year’s group of top 16 contestants were of a diverse nature.
On top of a focus on racial diversity, the 2019 edition of Miss SA has gotten props for including an openly gay contestant for the first time ever.
Mzansi superstar celeb, Bonang Matheba, will be hosting the pageant this year and was spotted hanging out with the beautiful group of top 16 contestants recently.
The organisers for Miss SA have yet to release an official response to the EFF’s flurry of questions and accusations.
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Source – Brieflycoza