Miss SA Top 10 finalist Luvé Meyer chatted to The South African about what she would be advocating for, her outfit and more. 

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Q&A WITH LUVÉ MEYER

LUVÉ, WHAT WAS YOUR INITIAL REACTION TO MAKING IT TO THE TOP 10? AND WHAT HAS YOUR JOURNEY BEEN LIKE SINCE THEN?

I was in shock the first couple of days because what an honour it is to be a part of the top 10 for Miss South Africa 2022. This journey has exceeded my expectations. It has been filled with challenges that have brought along a lot of self-growth and I’ll be forever grateful for this opportunity.

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HOW HAS FILMING CROWN CHASERS BEEN FOR YOU?

Crown Chasers has been the best addition to the Miss SA platform because I believe it gives people a glimpse into who we are behind the scenes – our true hearts and minds. In a world of social media it is very easy to put forward your best and perfect foot and I feel like Crown Chasers has shown South Africa that we are also merely just women. 

LUVÉ, WHAT WOULD YOUR CAMPAIGN AS MISS SA BE?

 A mentally healthy society is a society that can progress economically. It’s a society that can grow in all facets and therefore my campaign is focused on the mental health and wellness of teenagers in specific because they are the future of our country. 

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Miss SA Top 10 finalist Luvé Meyer. Images via Instagram @luvemeyer.

LUVÉ, WHO IS YOUR DRESS DESIGNER AND HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT YOUR OUTFITS?

Georges Malelu. I am in love with my dress! I cannot wait for that moment when we get to walk on that stage and show off the talent of these amazing designers.

WHEN YOU’RE HOME, WHAT DO YOU DO TO RELAX?

I love spending time with my family, going to the beach or having coffee with a friend. Being around my loved ones makes me the happiest!

LUVÉ, WHAT WAS THE LAST BOOK YOU READ?

I recently started reading Outliers. It is all about the determining factors of success and why some people are more ‘successful’ than others.

LUVÉ,  IT’S WOMEN’S MONTH. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN TO YOU AND HOW ARE YOU CELEBRATING?

This women’s day I am grateful to be a part of the Miss SA platform and I feel an immense responsibility to speak up and see change implemented. GBV does not only have a physical impact but also an immense impact on our mental health as women. We deserve a safe country to live in and it’s time for our leadership to take accountability and take action.

FORMER PUBLIC PROTECTOR PROF THULI MADONSELA IS TRENDING FOR BEING APPOINTED AS ONE OF THE JUDGES. YOUR THOUGHTS ON HAVING HER ON THE JUDGING PANEL?

Professor Thuli Madonsela is the epitome of a courageous woman who fights for what she believes in and has impacted South Africa in a deep and memorable way. Getting to meet her on the judging panel is an absolute honour and I know that the next Miss South Africa is going to make her proud.

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