Joburg Theatre Proudly Celebrates Historic Golden Buzzers by South African Icons on Britain’s Got Talent

Golden Buzzer

Joburg Theatre is elated to announce and celebrate the outstanding achievement of three South African icons who received the coveted Golden Buzzer on the prestigious television show, Britain’s Got Talent. Musa Motha, Mzansi Youth Choir, and Belinda Davids have made history and brought immense pride to the nation with their remarkable performances.

The Golden Buzzer accolade is a testament to the immense talent, dedication, and hard work displayed by these incredible performers.

Joburg Theatre, as a cornerstone of the arts and entertainment, takes great pride in seeing South African artists shine on the global stage.

Musa Motha is a passionate amputee dancer from Sebokeng. He recently made his appearance on Britain’s Got Talent 2023 (season 18) and graced the staging with coruscating performance that tremored the auditorium with astonishment. Mosa began his career as a street dancer, his passion for dancing led him to join the esteemed Vuyani Dance Theatre, where he honed his skills in contemporary, afro-fusion, tap dance, and ballet. In his successful career as a dancer, he became involved in several productions that toured different parts of the world including CION, which was staged at Joburg Theatre in 2022, a sold-out season where Mosa bagged himself insight features from art magazines, international newspapers, and television interviews. Mosa continues to root inspiration for disabled art lovers to build the spirit of possibilities.

The breathtaking Mzansi Youth Choir appeared on Brain’s Got Talent clad in white elegant attire and stirred audiences to a crescendo of chants that tremored the auditorium and left Judge Simon Cowell in tears. The choir’s repertoire is an exciting assortment of South African music which incorporates elements of traditional music, pop, and jazz. Mzansi youth choir was established to recognize and give opportunities to young talented teenagers that are passionate about music. The choir is not new to the Joburg Theatre’s Mandela stage as they have performed several times and earned its recognition by collaborating with the theatre on other projects like The Joburg Festival of Lights. The choir continues to represent the country by chanting some of the SA hits that unite the rainbow nation.

The internationally acclaimed South African star Belinda Davids took over Britain’s Got Talent stage by storm and moved the audiences from their seats with a stellar performance. She has received outstanding ovations from audiences across the globe. Belinda is known for performing in the production “The Greatest Love of All”, bringing Whitney Houston’s musical legacy to life. The production is in collaboration with Showtime Australia Company and is staged on the Mandela stage annually with a sold-out performance.

As an institution committed to nurturing and promoting local talent, Joburg Theatre extends its heartfelt congratulations to Musa Motha, Mzansi Youth Choir, and Belinda Davids on this momentous achievement. Their success serves as an inspiration for aspiring artists and reaffirms the immense potential within the South African performing arts scene.

Joburg Theatre invites all theatre lovers and fans of these exceptional talents to join in the celebration and continue supporting the arts in South Africa.

For more information about Joburg Theatre and upcoming performances, please visit www.joburgtheatre.com.