Want to know who won Tshisa Talent Together with Kouga Competition?

Amidst great anticipation and whoops of joy the Winners of the Tshisa Talent Kouga Together Competition (made possible with funding from National Lotteries Commission and Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation) were announced.

Our Humansdorp Heroes - Chris Thanduxolo Buka from King & Queen Me Youth Mentoring Group, Luvvuyo Mayinje from Booyaka Recording Studio and Clifton Britz, a local photographer and singer -helped Tshisa to discover lots of awesome talent in Kouga.

The highlight of the collaboration was the successful organisation of a fantastic Finals Competition which also benefitted a number of local businesses. At the Civic Hall in Arcadia on 25 August with lots of healthy competition making the choices challenging, the Winners were finally announced … For the very first time, Tshisa Talent Competition was being broadcast to up to 365 000 people via LIVE broadcast with Kouga FM.

Dog Unit won the Pantsula Dance Category and scooped up The Overall Winner Prize. They won R20 000’s worth of assistance plus the door takings. The other winning groups will each get R10 000 for their development. Flame Crew won the Contemporary Dance Category, Golden Voices Choir took the Most Promising Category, BOPA walked away with the Theatre Category, Siyabonga Matshoba won the Rap & Hip Hop Category and Strings scooped up the Song Category.

This means that a total of 17 people in 6 groups will be assisted to further their careers.
Watch this space for more info on the Finalists. We will also tell you a bit more about the other brilliant Finalists … so keep following us! And share!!

Photos by Luvvuyo Mayinje from Booyaka Recording Studios.

Left to right back row: Antonio Moos (Judge), Strings (Song Category Winners); Sinethemba Dayi (Judge); Stuart Palmer (Tshisa Talent Founder); Dog Unit (Overall and Pantsula Category Winners); Golden Voices (Most Promising Category Winners), Amanda Valela (Judge), and Ncedani (Tshisa Talent Manager)
Front row: Flame Crew (Contemporary Dance Category Winners); BOPA (Theatre Category Winners) and Chris Thanduxolo Buka (King & Queen Me)