Watch: The Ndlovu Youth Choir


Watch: The Ndlovu Youth Choir performs ‘Shosholoza’ for the Springboks [video]

The Ndlovu Youth Choir is backing the Boks! They recently performed ‘Shosholoza’ to show their support ahead of the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals this weekend.

Watch: The Ndlovu Youth Choir


The Ndlovu Youth Choir is the gift that just keeps on giving! The choir from Limpopo recently surprised fans at Mall of Africa, Waterfall City, Midrand, with a performance of the popular song, ‘Shosholoza’.

The choir that reached the final stage of America’s Got Talent performed in celebration of the Springboks who are taking on Japan in the quarter-final of the Rugby World Cup this coming Sunday.

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The choir said on social media: “Good luck to the Springboks for their quarter final match this weekend! We back you, along with the rest of South Africa. Uniting a nation through song and sport. #BringItHome.”

Along with the crowd that proceeded to watch the performance, rugby players, Victor Matfield and Trevor Nyakane together with the families of Chester Williams, James Small and Ruben Kruger also joined in the fun that was hosted by Woolworths.

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Watch: The Ndlovu Youth Choir sing ‘Shosholoza’

Going International:

The Ndlovu Youth Choir recently performed in what is said to be their first international show since their time on America’s Got Talent. The choir proceeded to showcase a short tour in the Netherlands over the past weekend where most of their shows were sold out.

Musical director Ralf Schmitt later said that there were standing ovations at every show on the short tour.

He said:

“It was a crazy experience. The theatre organisers said that though they had sold out the theatre twice on Sunday, they could have sold it out two more times. There were standing ovations and people just wanted more. It shows that we have a great show and we can’t wait to do it in South Africa.”

He also said that there have been ‘loads of opportunities’ for the group after their stint on America’s Got Talent and they are currently assessing all of them to see which align best with the group. One of these opportunities include a possble record deal from music mogul, Simon Cowell. At the moment, it is not clear if the Ndlovu Youth Choir accepted the record deal.

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