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“Wie is die Mol?” a Dutch reality adventure show hosted its 23rd season in the Western Cape of South Africa and the first episode highlighted the South African Youth Choir.

 

Cape Town, South Africa (17 January 2023) – Popular Dutch TV show “Wie is de Mol” (The Mole) took a trip to Cape Town, South Africa with its contestants and got to meet the South African Youth Choir.

The contestants each accept a phone call where they are told if they are a candidate or the mole. We do not get to hear which they are, but the point of the show is for the contestants to figure out who is the real mole.

They fast-forward to two weeks later when the contestants are locked in a box in the middle of busy Cape Town hotspots. They need to entice the Capetonians to help them get out of the box. The show follows them through the tasks they need to perform, and one of those leads the contestants to The South African Youth Choir.

The point of the show is for the candidates (and the mole) to win money by doing the tasks. The mole works to sabotage them while trying not to be found out. The winner of the show is the candidate who can name the mole.

The choir has kept its involvement secret until now. The contestants needed to take part in a musical challenge. They were divided into two groups and each was given a task to do with the choir.

We won’t spoil the fun as it was actually really fun to watch the contestants do their best and work with the choir.

“We are so overwhelmed by all the positive comments and messages pouring in from the Netherlands! This exciting experience was certainly one for the books!!” – The South African Youth Choir

You can watch the episode below. The video does have English subtitles, you just need to click the “CC” button on the video options for the subtitles to appear. The choir enters the show at around minute 36. If the show entertains you, you can catch all the episodes on YouTube.

This is the second time the show has come to South Africa, they also filmed here in 2013.


Sources: Wie is die Mol / YouTube / SAYC
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