The 2013 winner of Big Brother Africa will walk away with a whopping $300,000 US dollars Prize after three months of appearing on big screens.
The Africa’s most viewed television reality show dubbed Big Brother has issued entry forms for willing participants in coming 8th edition slated to kick off in May.
The entry forms are strictly meant for people 21 years old and above from 14 African countries.
The countries include Uganda, Kenya, Angola, Namibia, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and Sierra Leon, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Ghana, Nigeria, Namibia, Malawi.
Last year, producers picked only two participants from each country, one celebrity and an ordinary member.
However this year’s edition has not yet cleared the air about the procedure but M-NET Africa managing Director Biola Alabi promised new innovations.
“As always, we won’t say much about the new season but I can confirm that we have added a new element that will get hearts of viewers racing” says M-NET Africa MD Biola.
Big Brother competition is hosted by South Africa’s giant TV network M-NET has issued entry forms for new participants willing to take part in 8th Big Brother competition.
Rwandese adores the reality show but the country can’t participate due to less subscribers and any country to participate in the competition must have over 60,000 subscribers of Dstv Multi choice.
The reality TV show is meant to expand M-NET viewership across the continent and it is viewed in 40 African countries.