Top five performances by powerful women on Breakfast with Martin Bester

Top five performances by powerful women on Breakfast with Martin Bester

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Women's Month performances Breakfast with Martin Bester
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We’ve seen incredible Friday Lives on Breakfast with Martin Bester and during Women’s Month we’d like to remind you of those goosebump-inducing performances.

Corlea Botha

Corlea Botha joined Breakfast with Martin Bester for their 'Greatest Love Songs Of All Time' party and once again blew us away with her 'Nights in White Satin' cover!

Christia Visser

Christia Visser visited Breakfast with Martin Bester on the morning of releasing her brand-new song, ‘Beste Leun Wen’, and we love it!

The songstress is also one of South Africa's most beloved actresses and crept deep into people's hearts with the different roles she takes on.

READ: Christia Visser takes on a BIG song and wows everyone with her talent

The star took on the big task to cover 4 Non Blondes’ ‘What’s Up’ and she did a great job!

Janie Bay

Afrikaans superstar Janie Bay stunned everyone with an Annie Lennox cover on Friday Live.

With many number one hit-singles behind her, Bay`s fans were delighted to find that she pushes the envelope in songwriting and production yet again with her brand new single! 'My Lief' is a funky pop song that also features the legendary artists Majozi and Early B. Fresh.

READ: New single and video out now: Janie Bay ‘My Lief’ featuring Majozi and Early B

The musician joined Breakfast with Martin Bester on Friday Live and wowed everyone with her cover of Annie Lennox’s 'Little Bird'.

Bernice West

Bernice initially gained momentum as part of 'Maak My Famous' and was also part of the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' music video sung by the Rustenburg High School choir, which made big headlines in the media.

The newcomer's unique style and breathtaking voice will surprise you - and you’ll love her after listening. 

READ: Bernice West performs a mind-blowing ‘Shallow and Diamonds’ mash-up

Watch Bernice's performance below:


The Bloemfontein-born singer has seen great success with her song 'Ek Bid vir Jou', which is an ode to her rugby player husband, Heinrich Brüssow.

The talented singer visited Breakfast with Martin Bester for the very first time. The singer has made waves in the entertainment industry while juggling being an incredible mother. 

READ: Friday Live: Caroline-Grace on motherhood and new music

She wowed everyone with her voice. 

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