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Idols SA Season 14 winner declared, Yanga Sobetwa wins R1.5m price package

Devdiscourse News Desk cape town South Africa
Updated: 19-11-2018 14:35 IST
Idols SA Season 14 winner declared, Yanga Sobetwa wins R1.5m price package

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Yanga Sobetwa wins the crown of 'Idols SA' Season 14 Sunday (November 18) night. Also known as 'Idols South Africa,' this television show (being aired by South African channels MNet, Mzansi Magic and KykNet) is based on the popular British show 'Pop Idol.'

The finale of 'Idols SA' Season 14 witnessed some of the biggest names in South Africa rising from scratch. Yanga Sobetwa, the 17-year old singer became the winner by beating Thato Makape. The finalists also delivered scintillating performance when all of them sang 'Never Enough' by 'The Greatest Showman Cast.' They all showed spine-tingling performance by singing Zayn Malik's popular hit song 'Dusk Till Dawn.'.

The winner, Yanga Sobetwa also won a price package worth of R1.5m. The package contains varied gifts such as a Hauwei MateBook, a route and data from Telkom, a musical equipment including a record deal from Gallo Record Company costing R80,000, a Ford Fiesta Titanium 1lite EcoBoost, R1m in cash and R100 000 worth of fashion from Truworths.

The adolescent singer recorded her first music video last week titled 'Scars.' Her fans and followers can download and access the audio versions of her singles. They can also watch her music video on the official Mzansi Magic website.

"I'm a girl from locations – very simple – and I feel I don't deserve to be here at all. I did nothing to deserve to be here but I feel really blessed that people feel that I deserve to be here. And I feel really privileged and really blessed and it's really humbling," Sobetwa said, as reported by iAfrica.

The winner of 'Idols SA' Season 14 has a long plan to go. She aims to perform PhD in music and later she has a dream to unveil her own production company and a music academy. Presently, she wants to concentrate on her studies.

COUNTRY : South Africa