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Miss South Africa 2017 to Drive Away In New Nissan Juke

ROTIMI ASHER

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hoever wins this year’s Miss South Africa Beauty Peagant holding on Sunday, 26th March 2017, shall drive home in a brand new Nissan Juke.

Nissan South Africa’s Marketing Director, Kabelo Rabotho, who revealed this today (Friday) in a statement, stressed that the new Miss South Africa will receive the keys to her prize shortly after she is crowned on Sunday.

The prize will be hers to keep beyond the duration of her reign.

Sponsoring this year’s event marks second year of Nissan’s support to the event, which the company regard as a wonderful platform to make positive impact on the lives of young South African women.

“We are thrilled to again be involved in such a worthwhile initiative,” says Kabelo Rabotho – Marketing Director at Nissan South Africa. “The Miss SA pageant is a wonderful platform from which to create a positive impact in the lives of young South African women and we are honoured to play a part in this legacy.”

Current Miss South Africa, Ntandoyenkosi Kunene, was presented with her Nissan Juke at the start of her reign last year.

“The Nissan Juke is one of the best gifts I’ve received as Miss South Africa,” said Miss Kunene, 2016 winner.

And talking about her driving experience, she said Nissan Juke is very easy to drive and makes parking a lot easier, “because of the park assist and the fact that it offers a bird’s eye view of all sides of the car. It’s an absolute dream on the road.”

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