These exceptional talents made it into The Voice SA Season 3 live rounds.

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Tasche Wins Voice SA Season 3

Tasché Burger

WINNER!

Tasché (18), recently matriculated student and part-time waitress from Brackenfell in Cape Town. She feels she’s a natural singer: “I’ve never felt like I was struggling,” she says, and also thinks she’s “different” as a vocalist. Music for her is “a passion, a hobby, a love – it’s all in one.” She takes singing lessons and performs when and wherever she can.

Checkout her most recent performance. and that winning moment!

Anslin Gysman

OUT!

Anslin (22), from Filipi in Cape Town and works as a Payroll Officer at The Western Cape University. Until recently, he’d always been quite set on getting his qualifications, landing an office job and only singing as a hobby. That all changed when he started a backing vocal group with his two friends. His work with The Vocal Associates ignited his passion for music and they even did a show together called YOLO.

Checkout his most recent performance.

Chezelle Shahadat

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Chezelle (39), is a single mom and pub singer who loves her music wild, off-beat, crazy and rebellious! While she’s quite versatile and happy to dabble in other genres, she’s a hardcore rocker at heart. She says this is because it allows her to be more expressive. Now this 39-year-old is ready to show South Africa her inner “wild-child” and already considers making it onto The Voice SA stage one of her proudest achievements as an artist.

Checkout her most recent performance.

Daniel Jay Out

Daniel Jay

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Daniel (23), was born in Port Elizabeth and reveals he’s always done music. A full-time muso, he gigs in PE three or four times a week, having taken inspiration from his dad’s playing of drums and guitar when he was growing up. He even has a tattoo on his right arm of him, his dad, and a guitar – “My dad’s my biggest buddy when it comes to music,” he says. After his parents were divorced age 5, he did his schooling in Pretoria, but didn’t want to be the Afrikaans singer they wanted him to be, so he moved back to PE.

Checkout his most recent performance.

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PJ Twins

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Peter and John grew up in a small township in Cape Town called Bonteheuwel. Though the community is warm and close-knit they also reveal it’s affected by gangsterism, something they were fortunately able to distance themselves from given their dedication to music. The brothers are deeply invested in uplifting their community and regularly do charitable work such as free concerts and conducting education and anti-drug campaigns. Unsurprisingly they’ve become local heroes and they’re hoping to make everyone supporting them even more proud making the most of this “huge platform”.

Checkout their most recent performance.

Yahto Kraft

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Yahto (18), a musical theatre student who is fashion-forward and gender-queer owns it with a rock-solid confidence that belies his young age. He reveals that this is largely down to how supportive his parents have been from a very young age. Nowhere is this more apparent than in his name which means “blue” in a Native American language. His mom said she was resolute about naming him after the colour blue to remind him his dreams could stretch from the deepest depths of the ocean and to the highest point in the sky.

Checkout his most recent performance.

Krista Jonas

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Krista (29), a Mitchell’s Plain resident, freelance musician and mom of two, a seven-year-old daughter and two-year-old son. Her dream is to be “like Lira” – a full-time performer. She performed in Spain before returning to the country and falling pregnant. She’s hoping The Voice will take her to the next level – “I’ve been waiting for this for a very long time,” she professes.

Krista’s parting message

Sbu Dludlu

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Sbu (34), hails from Nigel in the East Rand and is a full-time Musician. He’s been singing since the tender age of 9 but later got introduced to Musical Theatre in his 20s. The experience was pivotal for him as an artist because he got to tour Europe and dabble his other talents, acting and dancing. He’s a single father to two daughters and admits that juggling parenting with his career pursuits has proved to be a huge challenge.  That said, with some help from his family and the grandest platform in SA, Sbu is ready introduce himself to the world and provide for those he loves.

Checkout his most recent performance.

#TeamRiana

Siki Jo-An Qwazi

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Siki Jo-An (25), from Port Elizabeth is a self-described as a “spiritual singer”. An actress and muso, she says she was born to be an artist and is merely following the path set down by her ancestors. Asked why she entered The Voice, she reveals, “I want to learn more about the music industry as well as reality TV. I want to increase my audience and build my brand, so that I can break through the mainstream industry.

Checkout her most recent performance.

Soné Joubert

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Soné is 26 and currently a Guest House Manager in her home town of Gordon’s Bay. That said, becoming a recording artist has always been her main aspiration. She’s also quick to acknowledge the incredible support system she has. Her family have spurred her on for the over, 14 years that she’s been trying to break into the industry. In addition to singing, Soné is also a songwriter and she’s particularly passionate about shaking things up in the Afrikaans music industry.

Checkout her most recent performance.

Elisha James Out

Elisha James

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Elisha (26), is an Industrial Designer from Pretoria. Though he develops concepts and even final products for his 9-5 he’s a natural born performer. His mom attests to this pointing out it’s been this way since his first birthday. He’d regularly perform when friends and family came around and his parents have always been immensely supportive. This might stem from the fact they are entertainers themselves with his mom, a former Ballerina and his dad, founder of his own band. Elisha rightfully believes he has a unique knack for conveying emotion in music and he hopes this will take him far.

Elisha bids farewell.

Francois Viljoen Out

Francois Viljoen

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Francois (30), is an actor, musician and teacher and – in case you’re wondering – yes, he’s a huge fan of our Coach (his namesake). He’s sung all his life but fell in love with opera in particular since his dad would play it every Sunday morning when he was growing up. He now believes classical music is like “honey to the soul”. Later in life, his immense talent would see him become a part of the Drakensberg Boys Choir. Now it’s time for him to seize an opportunity he believes will help him reach “millions of people”.

Francois bids farewell.

Lelo Ramasimong

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Lelo (32), singer/actor met her husband Michael on stage, he’s a drummer and producer. The two were recently reunited in performance in The Color Purple where she played the part of Shug Avery (who coincidentally loves to perform on stage) in the second season of the musical. The music business has not always been kind to them, but now she’s ready to give it another go on The Voice SA stage.

Checkout her most recent performance.

#TeamRiky

Eon Claude Le Roux

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Eon (28), from Port Elizabeth is a Bitcoin entrepreneur and musician. Forced to sing by his parents when he was a child, he eventually fell in love with it. He says he entered The Voice because he has “a gift that needs to be shared with the world,” and the show is his biggest opportunity yet. A praise and worship leader, he also plays guitar, bass, piano and drums.

Checkout his most recent performance.

Amy Tjasink

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Amy (26), hails from Cape Town. She garnered an extensive amount of experience performing on cruise ships and made such a positive impression that she got promoted to the position of musical director. Her travels helped her see the world, which further honed her artistry. The experience also gave her the push she needed to write and put out her own music after ages singing covers. With an album under her belt, she’s now ready to reach even higher.

Checkout her most recent performance.

AURA

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Fentshe Nkabinde (20), a music theory student, and Mapula Mahlo (24), a music teacher, make up the duo Aura. Both have been singing since childhood, and Mahlo was a backing vocalist for Dr. Tumi, the second ever local artist to fill up The Dome after Cassper Nyovest. Despite their long histories, they have rarely performed together, but a random Facebook video they posted went viral, garnering over 100,000 views, and that sealed the deal. “We’d love to be a part of something that showcases our talent. We’ll also be learning and growing from it.”

AURA’s parting message

Ross Charles

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Ross (26), from Durban almost became a lawyer but his mother encouraged him to pursue what had always made him happy and fulfilled. He is now a full-time musician, sound engineer and the lead singer of a band. He’s also a versatile artist, dabbling in many genres, and a huge fan of The Beatles, whom he credits with getting him through a difficult time in his life. He even has them tattooed on his arm! Naturally, the next step in his journey was to bring his soulful voice to the grandest stage in the country.

Checkout his most recent performance.

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