Wednesday 2019-06-19




By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2019-06-13

LISWATI Dzelisile Dlamini-Mbelu is one of semi-finalists of the Mrs South Africa 2019/20 pageant.

Dlamini-Mbelu was born and raised in Mbabane. She went to Usuthu Forest and later went to Mananga High School.

She later pursued her degree at Midrand University in Gau-teng.

She is married to Dr Sithembiso Mbelu.

Mrs South Afri-ca is the number one pageant and female empowerment program mefor married women in South Africa.


It is not a beauty pageant in the traditional sense of the word.

Mrs South Africa contestants are between the ages 25-49 and are mature, driven, ambitious and most of all real, relatable women who strive to be the best versions of themselves.

According to a research done by Entertainment Desk, women who join the competition are married, mothers, entrepreneurs and home makers, but they all want the best for their families and their community.

They are brave bonfire superwomen.

Dlamini-Mbelu is currently in the running for the title, the public can also vote for her using a South African number by calling 35959 or sending a message.


 The public could also visit her Facebook page at Mrs Dzelisile Mbelu and like the page.

 Last year the finale featured top South African talented South Africa designers, female Deejay pioneer, DJ Zintle and Katlego Maboe as the MC.

The production also portrayed modern women owning their power.

The title is currently held by Matapa Maila Rikhotso (33) from Polokwane in Limpopo.

 She walked away with the crown of Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa during an electric production at Emperors Palace in the City of Ekurhuleni last year.

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