Talented Africa competition has launched the registrations for participants who wish to show case their talents.
The competition is a brainchild of Anthony Kabugo Nyanzi, a Ugandan living in South Africa who said its main objective is to develop natural talents and abilities of Africans.
Nyanzi said the competition is also about uniting Africans and cementing continental unity.
“We call up everyone that believes in themselves and confident to represent their flag while
doing something good for themselves to register on www.talented.africa,” the firm said in a statement.
The winner will walk away with R 1million, approximately $70,000.
Regional auditions will commence in the second week of October while those that won’t be able to make it to these set up stages, will be allowed to audition online due to Covid-19.
The judges will select the top 20 from every region for quarter finals, the top 10 for semifinals and the top 5 for finals.
The entire process is expected to last three months and will be relayed on NBS TV and Honey TV (channel 173 on DSTV)
The competition has four stages
Stage 1 in Uganda
Stage 2 in online open auditions.
Stage 3 in Zimbabwe South/Central. Africa
Stage 4 in South for semifinal Finals and finals.
“Talented Africa management will provide flight tickets and accommodations for those that will make it to quarter finals, semifinal and finals because they will take place in South Africa,” the firm said in a release.
The judges of the competition are: Albert Nyathi from Zimbabwe, Dj Pius from Rwanda, Zahara from South Africa and Farai Pascal (Host)