Miss Swaziland

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Miss Swaziland
Formation 1975
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Lobamba
Location
Official language Swati
Association SBPA
Website Official page

Miss Swaziland is a national beauty pageant for women in Swaziland to select the ambassador of the country for participation in international beauty pageants.

History[edit]

Miss Swaziland pageant was held for first time in 1975. The pageant was run by Swaziland Beauty Pageant Association (SBPA) in Swaziland.

Traditionally, the winner of Miss Swaziland will compete at Miss World pageant. In 1993 - 1994, the winners competed at Miss Universe pageant. After competing at Miss Universe, in 1995 Swaziland withdrew at the pageant and only competed at Miss World pageant until 2009.

Miss Swaziland will be taking pride in its ability to produce and nurture independent and motivated young ladies who will play an important role in our society through their different skills and abilities through this year’s Miss Swaziland pageant.[1]

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

The winner of Miss Swaziland represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. Miss Swaziland absent at any competition since 2010.

Year Miss Swaziland Placement Special awards Notes
2014 TBD TBD TBD TBD
2013 Samukelesiwe Magagula Did not compete
2011 Ayanda Dube Did not compete
2009 Nompilo Mncina South Africa - Unplaced
2008 Tiffany Simelane South Africa - Unplaced
2007 Nkosingiphile Dlamini China - Unplaced
2005 Zinhle Marcia Magongo China - Unplaced
2003 Thembelihle Swane China - Unplaced
2002 Nozipho Shabangu United Kingdom - Unplaced
1999 Colleen Tullonen United Kingdom - Unplaced
1998 Cindy Stanckoczi Seychelles - Unplaced
1997 Xoliswa Mkhonta Seychelles - Unplaced
1996 Olive Healy India - Unplaced
1995 Mandy Saulus South Africa - Unplaced
1994 Nicola Smith Philippines - Unplaced Competed in Miss Universe 1994
1993 Danila Faias Mexico - Unplaced Competed in Miss Universe 1993
1992 Candy Litchfield South Africa - Unplaced
1991 Jackie Emelda Bennett United States - Unplaced
1988 Thandeka Magagula United Kingdom - Unplaced
1987 Phindile Simelane United Kingdom - Unplaced
1986 Ilana Faye Lapido United Kingdom - Top 15
1985 June Hank United Kingdom - Unplaced
1984 Busie Motsa United Kingdom - Unplaced
1983 Gladys Rudd United Kingdom - Unplaced
1980 Nomagoisa Cawe United Kingdom - Unplaced
1979 Gladys Adelaide Carmichael United Kingdom - Unplaced
1978 Nyamalele Nilovu United Kingdom - Unplaced
1975 Vinah Thembi Mamba United Kingdom - Unplaced

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