Mandela Uni student to represent SA at international talent competition Mandela Uni student to represent SA at international talent competition
Reasons to be Proud – #R2bP: First year Public Management student, Siviwe Dyubhele, has been selected to represent South Africa at the International Model and... Mandela Uni student to represent SA at international talent competition

Reasons to be Proud – #R2bP: First year Public Management student, Siviwe Dyubhele, has been selected to represent South Africa at the International Model and Talent Association convention, scheduled to take place in New York in July.

The International Modelling and Talent Association (IMTA) is a platform for up-and-coming talent and produces multiple week-long conventions consisting of modelling, acting, singing, song writing and dancing competitions where participants get to showcase their skills and learn from the industry professionals who can get their career started. The world’s top model and talent agents, managers and casting directors come to the convention to find new faces.

Siviwe will take part in the music category and will travel to the USA with other artists signed with the “33 and Me” Talent Agency from Johannesburg.

The multilingual student who speaks English, Afrikaans, IsiXhosa, Sesotho and Zulu says “It has always been a dream of mine to represent South Africa on an international level and I believe that I will be very successful.

“I am forever grateful to Elouise Janse van Rensburg and the rest of the management team from 33 and Me Talent Agency for believing in me and my potential for greatness in the entertainment industry.

“I am also thankful to the people who play a constant role in making me reach my full potential,” she said.

Source: NMU

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