Every year, thousands of hopefuls enter SA’s Got Talent with the dream of winning half a million rand and becoming South Africa’s next big star. This week’s episode features some hair-raising acts that defy gravity and have the audience and judges in awe – but are they good enough to claim the big prize?
22 year old Tim Slab from Johannesburg risks his life to impress the judges
The SA’s Got Talent judges cast their eyes high into the sky this Sunday as tight-rope walkers, aerial acrobats, pole dancers and a host of other variety acts take over the show. Having seen two acts – AnecNote and Fazlyn Naidoo – nab coveted Golden Buzzer spots over the past few weeks, these gravity-taming newcomers will have high hopes of joining them.
Magician duo Mystique return to SA’s Got Talent in the hope of impressing the judges this time around
A number of contestants from previous seasons have returned to try their luck in front of the SA’s Got Talentjudges, bringing new and revitalised performances to the stage, in the hope of succeeding where they failed before. Some of them have taken on board the judges’ comments from their previous appearances – and some are just back to try their luck. See who flies and who flops this Sunday, on SA’s Got Talent.
Sipho Six shows off his impressive freestyle football skills for the judges and audience
SA’s Got Talent is exclusive to e.tv and eHD on OpenView HD (Channel 104) and DStv (Channel 194) every Sunday evening at 6:05PM.