Lalela Mswane is a 26 old model, public speaker, dancer and law graduate who hails from Richards Bay in the kwaZulu-Natal Province.

Mswane has a background in the performing arts, ballet dance being her chosen discipline for the better part of her life. She describes herself as a “legal eagle with a passion for the performing arts” and in 2020, she graduated from the University of Pretoria with a Bachelor of Laws qualification followed by a Diploma in Conveyancing from the Law School of South Africa in 2021.
The beauty was crowned Miss South Africa 2021, was third at the 70th edition of Miss Universe and made history when she was the first black and South African woman crowned Miss Supranational in Poland in 2022.
Philanthropy is of paramount importance in Lalela’s life and this led to the establishment of the Lalela Foundation in 2020 which aims to empower children from parent-less backgrounds to soar beyond the boundaries that life has placed before them by providing mentorship programmes and running various charitable drives. She believes that “we’re blessed to be a blessing to others”.
Lalela is a proud ambassador of Lovelife NGO whose core focus is to change the lives of young people using programmes to influence positive behavioural change. Miss Mswane has a range of talents from years of theatre performing and public speaking. After years on the international stage and her public appearances she is now focusing on her modelling and career with much excitement from our local and international clients alike. She has had the honour of hosting numerous international and local events and is eager to embark on her presenting journey.