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15 Feb 2018

Agri’s got Talent 2018: GOLDEN VOICE WANTED

If you dream of becoming a star, have a golden voice, and work in a pack house, orchard, vineyard or cellar - Agri’s got Talent is the opportunity you have been waiting for. This exciting singing competition for farm workers in the deciduous fruit, wine and table grape industries, is now accepting entries. This is the fifth year that this very popular competition is rocking our farmyards. Songs can be performed in any genre, so whether you’re into pop, RnB, acoustic, rap or classical, Agri’s got Talent wants to hear it all.

With this fantastic opportunity you can show-off your talent, win big prizes, and also make your mark in your community. Finalists undergo a training week in Paarl where they receive intensive singing and stage training, as well as life skills coaching. See what some of our previous winners had to say:

“I almost cried when I heard I was in the top ten. It was straight from God. This competition changed my life.” - Mbulelo Sikade from Diemersfontein Wine Estate, Wellington, and the 2017 winner.
“I study music where ever I go. On the internet, television, where ever the opportunity arises. If I could speak about music the whole day long, I would be happy.” - Neville Fortuin from Little Oaks Trust in Villiersdorp who walked away with the 2016 crown.
“Singing has always been a part of me, but winning this competition is a-dream-come-true! I still need to pinch myself,” - Armando Baartman from Saratoga Fruit Estate, near Robertson, and the 2015 winner.

“Everything changed. From zero to hero. I told myself this is a once-in-a-life opportunity that I have to make work for me.” - Ayabonga Mhobo, seasonal worker from the Piketberg/Wellington area and the first Agri’s got Talent winner in 2014.

To Enter: WhatsApp a sound clip of no longer than 3 minutes to 082 372 1557 or e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Also include:  name & surname  date of birth  own cell number  name of farm/cellar/ pack house  nearest town Entries close 15 May 2018. 

For the latest news and action follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/agrisgottalent or visit www.agrisgottalent.com.
Enquiries: Please contact Thea van Zyl at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 021 870 2900 for more information.
Agri’s got Talent is a social upliftment project sponsored by HORTGRO, the VinPro Foundation and the Western Cape Government’s Department of Agriculture. The South African Table Grape Industry sponsors the aftercare programme.
If you dream of becoming a star, have a golden voice, and work in a pack house, orchard, vineyard or cellar - Agri’s got Talent is the opportunity you have been waiting for. This exciting singing competition for farm workers in the deciduous fruit, wine and table grape industries, is now accepting entries. This is the fifth year that this very popular competition is rocking our farmyards. Songs can be performed in any genre, so whether you’re into pop, RnB, acoustic, rap or classical, Agri’s got Talent wants to hear it all. With this fantastic opportunity you can show-off your talent, win big prizes, and also make your mark in your community. Finalists undergo a training week in Paarl where they receive intensive singing and stage training, as well as life skills coaching. See what some of our previous winners had to say:
“I almost cried when I heard I was in the top ten. It was straight from God. This competition changed my life.” - Mbulelo Sikade from Diemersfontein Wine Estate, Wellington, and the 2017 winner.
“I study music where ever I go. On the internet, television, where ever the opportunity arises. If I could speak about music the whole day long, I would be happy.” - Neville Fortuin from Little Oaks Trust in Villiersdorp who walked away with the 2016 crown.
“Singing has always been a part of me, but winning this competition is a-dream-come-true! I still need to pinch myself,” - Armando Baartman from Saratoga Fruit Estate, near Robertson, and the 2015 winner.
“Everything changed. From zero to hero. I told myself this is a once-in-a-life opportunity that I have to make work for me.” - Ayabonga Mhobo, seasonal worker from the Piketberg/Wellington area and the first Agri’s got Talent winner in 2014. To Enter: WhatsApp a sound clip of no longer than 3 minutes to 082 372 1557 or e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Also include:  name & surname  date of birth  own cell number  name of farm/cellar/ pack house  nearest town Entries close 15 May 2018.
For the latest news and action follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/agrisgottalent or visit www.agrisgottalent.com.
Enquiries: Please contact Thea van Zyl at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 021 870 2900 for more information.
Agri’s got Talent is a social upliftment project sponsored by HORTGRO, the VinPro Foundation and the Western Cape Government’s Department of Agriculture. The South African Table Grape Industry sponsors the aftercare programme.
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