Namibia's Chanique Rabe took home the title of Miss Supranational 2021 on Saturday, 21 August, at the international competition in Nowy Sacz, Poland. South Africa's Thato Mosehle was crowned second runner-up.
The competition saw 58 delegates from across the globe compete for the crown.
Chanique Rabe was crowned Miss Supranational Namibia in November 2020 but could only compete for the international title this year after the 2020 edition of Miss Supranational was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 24-year-old designer and model is the first representative from Namibia to win the Miss Supranational crown.
Miss Puerto Rico Karla Acevedo was crowned first runner-up, while Miss South Africa, Thato Mosehle was crowned second and Miss Venezuela, Valentina Sanchez crowned third and Miss Dominican Republic, Eoanna Constanz was fourth.
South Africa's Thato Mosehle is a 26-year-old medical doctor and is the first person to compete under the official Miss South Africa Organisation banner.