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Nadine Hoffeldt Biography, Awards and Songs

Nadine Hoffeldt was born on 28th February 1882 in Durban South Africa. She is a South African Afrikaans singer and presenter. She is popularly known for her song ' Kaapse Draai'.

Nadine Hoffeldt Biography

Nadine Hoffeldt was born on 28th February 1882 in Durban South Africa. She is a South African Afrikaans singer and presenter. She is popularly known for her song ‘ Kaapse Draai’.

In 2008 she was a contestant on the first season of the reality competition series Tropika Island of Treasure.

Nadine Hoffeldt Career

She started her career in 1996 when she released her eight albums and one DVD,with two certified platinum and four more certified gold.

In 1997 she toured South Africa with Dutch singer Jan Smit, when her then manager Ian Bossert brought him to the country. She also performed at the “Two Nations” concert in 1997, along with the Spice Girls and Billy Ocean, for an audience that included Nelson Mandela and Prince Charles.

Nadine Hoffeldt as a Presenter

In 2006 she was a celebrity coach on the SABC2 reality competition Supersterre, mentoring Shaun Tait – who won the competition.

She was the host of Musiek Roulette season 1, 2 and 3. She was a guest artist at Noot vir Noot season 37 and season 39.

Nadine Hoffeldt Songs

  • Dankie Liewe Ouma
  • Nein Du darfst nicht gehen
  • Kaapse Draai
  • Was auch morgen kommt
  • Lied Van My Hart
  • Auf Wiedersehen, Arrivederci
  • Eindeloos
  • Made Up My Mind
  • Hoor Hoe Klop My Hart
  • Afrika Spore
  • Mense Soos Jy
  • Rooi Roos – Tien van Harte
  • Ek haal weer asem
  • Falling In Love At Christmas
  • Koe Ma Doe
  • This Time I Know It’s for Real
  • I Will Be Strong
  • Wish You Were Real
  • Hout op die vure
  • Perfect Time
  • Bad at Goodbyes
  • Little Miss Complicated
  • All Out Of Love
  • Ons Leef Vir Ons Twee
  • Was Wir sind
  • So Is Jy
  • So That I Don’t Miss You
  • I Can Have You
  • 1000 keer
  • Deur ‘n vuur vir jou
  • Starting to Live
  • Out on a Limb

Nadine Hoffeldt Award

She was first South African singer to win the annual World Peace Song Festival.

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