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Miss Namibia 2021, Chelsi Shikongo, and her runner-up, Annerrie Maré, both received cars to help them fulfil their duties. For the first time since Pupkewitz Toyota's involvement with the pageant, they sponsored two cars. According to pageant director Conny Maritz, Maré will be using her Toyota Corolla for two years to complete her Beauty with a Purpose project and Shikongo will be using her Toyota Starlet for her reign of 12 months.

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