Sasha-Lee Olivier (Photo: Supplied/Miss SA)
The contestants, representing countries from all around the globe, have been randomly divided into groups, with South Africa's Sasha-Lee Olivier placed in group four.
Each group then got to sit down with current Miss World Vanessa Ponce de Leon who questioned them about their Beauty with Purpose campaigns.
Speaking about her job as a teacher and her love for kids, Sasha-Lee touched on the importance of allowing children to express themselves through the creative arts while in school.
"The most challenging thing is actually being very much aware that the current system that we have isn't conducive to self-expression. It doesn't really celebrate the different types of intelligence we have. I'm aware of STEM-based education and how important that is, given the fourth industrial revolution, but I think until such a time where we get to a place where the arts are celebrated as much as STEM-based education we are doing our kids the greatest injustice. I feel like we're denying them a part of themselves," she said.
After seeing the interviews with all the participants, fans are urged to vote for their favourite via several social media platforms made available.
Asking South Africans to get behind Sasha-Lee in the competition, the Miss South Africa organisation wrote on Instagram: "You can vote for her to make it into the #MissWorld Top 30 by downloading Mobstar, following Sasha-Lee and liking and commenting on all of her content. With your help, we can bring home the crown!"
The 2019 Miss World pageant takes place on 14 December in London. The competition will air lived on SABC 3 on the day at 15:00.