Eswatini Daily News
Africa e-Learning Entertainment INTERNATIONAL Lifestyle

Africa’s Got Talent to unearth hidden gems

By Bongiwe Zwane-Maseko

Eswatini will be joining 53 countries in the continent to compete for highly contested prizes in the inaugural ‘Africa’s Got Talent’ competition to be held next year.

The initiative will be launched at the end of this month at the continental level and then followed by country activations in all 54 countries. This was confirmed by the Founder and Executive Producer of Africa’s Got Talent N!xau KG Mogapi.

Mogapi said Africa’s Got Talent is one long overdue project that has what it takes to unite Africa in many ways. Africa’s Got Talent (AGT) is a television talent show billed to officially launch its Inaugural Live Television Show through AGT TV on the big screen and social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook Live, TikTok, etc.

Mogapi said the initiative draws clear distinctions and differences between what he has put together for the 54 African Countries, something different, new, and refreshing, compared to the likes of America’s Got Talent, Britain’s Got Talent and many other ‘Got Talent’ projects well known the world over.

“Ours is a sustainable Pan-African socio-economic development model that ensures and guarantees the establishment, enhancement, and sustenance of authentic African talent to be showcased and availed to the world, with immediate, medium, and long-term benefits not only to the winners but also to their loved ones, their communities, and respective countries,” he said. Read More

Related posts

Joint Negotiations Forum postponed


Bushfire festival set to ignite tourism sector


Buffaloes beat Green Mamba 1-0, throwing title race wide open


Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Siyabonga Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy
Open chat
Connect with the Eswatini Daily News on WhatsApp