Mrs South Africa 2015 | Winners
Sarah-Kate Scott crowned as Mrs South Africa
Married. Sophisticated. Beautiful. An evening to be remembered!
The beautiful Sarah-Kate Scott (31) from Hartbeespoort was crowned Mrs South Africa 2014/15 on Friday night during a spectacular Grand Finale Production held at Emperors Palace.
Sarah-Kate is a mother of two boys and a successful business woman – she is the owner of the bespoke gifting company, the Turquoise Tiara. She is a real and humble woman with a warm personality, who wants to use her life experience to inspire others.
Sarah-Kate wants to create “Mom Movement” campaign as Mrs South Africa that focuses to reinforce positive upliftment and to share topics of concern by holding workshops throughout the country. She wants to remind women, to remain supportive of their husbands, strong in their belief of themselves, and accomplishing their dreams, to provide stability for a family and to have a sincerity to help others.
Sarah-Kate is a patron for “Cupcakes for kids with Cancer” and she wants to continue her work for them as well as CANSA – the pageants official charity – to campaign for Cancer awareness in our country. Sarah-Kate Scott’s eldest son was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 18 months and together with her husband – media personality Darren Scott – they have fought and won the battle against Cancer.
Beyond the glitz and the glamour of a crown, is hard work. “I wish to be a vessel to help others”, says Sarah-Kate.
As the newly crowned Mrs South Africa, Sarah-Kate will be representing our county at the Mrs World Pageant, to be held during the month of November in the USA.
Ursula Chikane, the MC for this year’s affair took to the stage as a vision in gold and presented the evening with poise and grace. The Johannesburg Ballet Company and The Muses, a dynamic musical ensemble, had the audience in awe with a magical display of energy and excitement bringing fantasy to life.
This year the pageant decided to spice things up a bit, taking a fresh approach to the direction of the spectacular production. Previously the show took the form of a 4-hour gala dinner, whereas this year’s 90-minute extravaganza was set on an angelic white stage, which added to the glamour and allure of the evening. . The end result was a unique and breathtaking celebration of this year’s Top 22 Finalists.
These 22 women from all corners of South Africa, all of them extraordinary – whether they are wives, mothers, successful businesswomen or all of the above. These Bona Fide women captured the audience’s hearts on the picturesque stage and revealed their devotion to making the world around them a better place.
The expert judging panel included: Cindy Nell Roberts (Former Miss South Africa and Principle Judge), Simba Mhere (Top Billing presenter), Lourine Wannenburg (Owner of Eden moon productions), Marelize Steyn Earle (Former Mrs South Africa), Joan Ramagoshi Madibeng (Former Miss South Africa) and Vuzi Zwane (Emperors Palace Executive).
Says Joani Johnson, CEO of the Mrs South Africa pageant, ‘each year the caliber of contestants that enter Mrs South Africa is significantly higher, introducing us to inspirational women from all walks of life. It has been incredibly difficult to select a winner from this phenomenal group of ladies, but after a tough judging process, we are thrilled to be announcing that the winner of Mrs South Africa 2015 is Sarah Kate Scott from the North West. We wish you the utmost success on your journey’.
Sarah-Kate walks away with an outstanding prize package valued at over R500 000.
Runners up to this year’s title were chosen as Riana Mooi (41) from Roodepoort Johannesburg and Mirell Ventura (26) from Northcliff Johannesburg.
The Mrs South Africa Pageant would like to congratulate these three inspiring women, as well as all the finalists who took part in this memorable occasion.
Mrs South Africa would like to thank the following sponsors:
Hosts: Emperors Palace
Main Sponsors: Aragan Secrets and Fleaq
Official Sponsors: Benjamin Adams, Boss Models, Brasilfit, Cape Voyage, Caribbean Tan, FTW Consultants, Garreth Barclay, Grand Roche, Honey Accessories, Hooters, i-style – Anja Cruz Bothma, The Laser Beautique, Lipsy, LISA, Mangwanani African Day Spa, Matchstick Advertising, Miss Me Jeans, MUD Make-Up, Pure Motion Studios, Skin Scripts, Slimz, Strands of Love, The Dental Spa, The Eyewear Boutique, The Nail Studio, Tosca Hair and Beauty, Veaudry, Vintage Orchid
Grand Finale Designers: Kyna Consili, Leo Validus, Wilma du Plessis, Fleaq, Werner Dey, Michael Bezuidenhoud, Anel Botha, Anel De Cahna
For more information on Mrs South Africa, visit www.mrssouthafrica.co.za