- The Ndlovu Youth Choir didn't win America's Got Talent, but they are certainly winners in our books
- The choir returned from the US to a very warm welcome in Mzansi
- To show them that they are appreciated, they were awarded R1 million to keep developing their amazing talents
The choir made South Africans super proud during their time on the American talent show and Limpopo’s Arts and Culture Department and MEC for Arts and Culture, Thandi Moraka, thought the best way to show that is by giving them R1 million.
News24 reports the choir received the generous gift during a homecoming celebration in Limpopo on Monday, 23 September.
The choir shared the happy news with their fans on social media.
"Wow!!! Limpopo MEC of Arts and Culture @MorakaThandi just presented us with a MILLION RAND!!!! R500k for the choristers and R500k to develop our music programme. Rea Leboga."
Briefly.co.za reported that the group came home to a hero's welcome as citizens flocked to greet them.
Friday saw the sensational team landing on home soil and they were 'humbled' by the amazing reception awaiting them. With the airport jam-packed with supporters, Mzansi made sure they knew what an impact they had made with their world-class performances
The Ndlovu Youth Choir didn't win #AGT but shared an amazing message of unity and love with fans and supporters throughout their time in the US.
We can't wait to see what they'll get up to next.
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