After weeks of gruelling competition, 17-year-old Capetonian Yanga Sobetwa has emerged the winner. Yanga walks away with more than R1.1 million (U.S.$71,137) in cash, a new car and the ultimate prize - a record deal.
Yanga Bags The Season 14 Idols SA Crown
SA Idols, 19 November 2018
The race between Yanga and Thato came to a dazzling conclusion tonight when 17-year-old Yanga snatched victory to become South Africa's next superstar. Read more »
Yanga lifted everyone's spirits and brought the entire state theatre to its feat with a powerful performance of Letta Mbulu's legendary hit. see more »
Yanga debuts her powerful ballad 'Smash' for the first time on the Idols stage. see more »
Thando had her Idols dream dashed when she received the least number of votes to keep her in the competition, leaving Yanga and Thato going head-to-head for the crown. Read more »
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