What would you have chosen as prizes if you had won the Tshisa Talent Kouga Competition?

Are you curious to know what the Tshisa Talent Kouga Competition Prize winners chose?

If you had been the Winner of the Tshisa Talent Kouga Competition and won between R10 000 and R20 000+ what would you invest it in to promote your career in the performing arts?  Thanks to prize money from the National Lotteries Commission and The Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation our Winners are paving the way for a great career.

 Dog Unit as the Overall Winners who also won the Pantsula Dance Category chose performance clothing, computer equipment, a video camera and speakers.  Flame Crew who won the Contemporary Dance Category benefitted with tracksuits, tackies and a Pull Up Banner.  Strings who won the Song Category elected to create a video with MZakes & Crew Production in Knysna and they recorded a CD with Booyaka Studios in Humansdorp. The Golden Voices Choir who won the Most Promising Category also chose to record at Booyaka Recording Studio and chose some stage outfits.  BOPA who won the Theatre Category elected stage props, Djembe drums and Springbok skins. Siyabonga Matshoba won the Rap & Hip-Hop Category was delighted with his cellphone, lap top and sound system as you can see in this video.

Tshisa Talent were delighted to be able to help these 17 artists as well as our Humansdorp Heroes who were our local youth upliftment champions when it came to Event Organising, Chris Thanduxolo Buka, Clifton Britz and Luvvuyo Mayinje.  And we were delighted to be able to invest over R100 000 into local Kouga suppliers. 

We will be making announcements about our next exciting Tshisa Talent Project early in 2018.  Wishing everyone a very happy Festive Season and a prosperous 2019!!