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SA’s Got Talent on e.tv loses judges Ian von Memerty and Kabelo Mabalane

2014-06-04 03:00
 
Cape Town – SA's Got Talent on e.tv is losing judges Ian von Memerty and Kabelo Mabalane for the upcoming 5th season leaving Shadow Twala as the only returning judge out of the red X tabled trio.

Tats Nkonzo will however be back as the presenter of SA's Got Talent again.

"We are still finalising the new judges. We can confirm that both Kabelo Mabalane and Ian von Memerty are leaving SA's Got Talent," e.tv tells Channel24.

"They have other engagements which fall at the same time as SA's Got Talent," says e.tv.

Kabelo Mabalane has jumped TV channels to SABC2 where he will soon be the presenter of the new show Play Your Part.

Meanwhile the nationwide auditions are continuing with South Africans turning out in droves.

Johannesburg and surrounds are up next on Saturday and Sunday 7 and 8 June with auditions taking place at Focus Rooms. Contestants can pre-register and email talent@rapidblue.com for an application form and more information.
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