Zozibini Tunzi 'Takes Up Space' On The SARIE Cover For Women's Month!

SARIE has been inspiring readers by sharing real-life stories about South African women for decades.

For Women's Month this year, the team decided to honour the incredible women of South Africa. Our current Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi graces the cover for this month.

In 2020, SARIE turned 71. A proudly SA title that has grown from the first issue selling 35,000 copies to an influential, powerful brand, making 3 million* reader connections monthly through a variety of top-quality print products and platforms.
Zozibini Tunzi 'Takes Up Space' On The SARIE Cover For Women's Month!

Tunzi's now-iconic final answer at the Miss Universe pageant in 2019, taught young girls across the globe to "take up space."

A message that echoes through the pages of the latest SARIE magazine and that SARIE Editor-in-chief Michélle van Breda is quite proud of.

"August is women's month - and there is no better person to put on the cover than Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi. She is a 'different' kind of beauty queen. She went out and showed the world who she truly is," van Breda told Jacaranda FM.

"She is so true to herself - and she represents thousands of South African women."
Zozibini Tunzi 'Takes Up Space' On The SARIE Cover For Women's Month!

"When she was on the Miss Universe stage - she proudly said that girls and women need to "take up space."

"That is exactly why we used her for this month's cover. She and the women of South Africa are taking up space. Women must look at this cover and know that they are enough."

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