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AUDITIONS: SABC 3 is looking for a resident Chef


AUDITIONS: SABC 3 is looking for a resident Chef

And will be part of the Afternoon Express show.

SABC 3 and Stella Artois are joining forces to find South Africa’s next foodie sensation.

In the channel’s exciting new reality show The Taste Master, aspiring, undiscovered chefs are invited to audition for the gig of a lifetime. South Africa’s hottest culinary professionals will be put to the test with a series of gruelling tasks which will test their limits as they battle it out in the hopes of becoming the resident chef on the channel’s popular variety show Afternoon Express.



Afternoon Express has become synonymous for exploring exquisite cuisine and sharing exciting recipes and they’re looking for the perfect resident chef to join hosts Palesa Tembe and Jeannie D every weekday at 17h00 to dish the dirt on culinary trends, share new recipes and explore culture through food. The new resident chef will be able to use the platform to showcase their gastronomic talents while making a name for themselves as an industry leader in the culinary space.

Auditions for the exciting new reality show are now open and will close on 20 October 2019.

Simply record a video of yourself telling us why you would be perfect for this role. Upload it onto Twitter or Instagram with the hashtags #TheTasteMasterSA and #StartWithAStella. The closing date for entries is midnight on Tuesday the 22nd October 2019.

The search for Afternoon Express’ next resident chef will take place on The Taste Master – an exciting new reality show which starts on SABC 3 this November. The finalists will go head to head in a series of challenges which will test both their social and culinary skills as each week contestants are given the chop until the ultimate taste master remains. The final challenge will see the finalists being whisked away to experience a true Christmas market in Belgium with the winner nabbing one of the most coveted jobs in town.


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