Channel Yedu, a local production company has revealed that it will soon be launching its own version of the hit reality show, “Big Brother Africa.” The local version has been termed “Big Sister” and is expected to start around June, July with 30 housemates and prize money of $25 000. Despite the name, the show is open to everyone between 18 and 45 years of age regardless of sex.
Chelsea Travers, the project’s manager for “Big Sister” said:
We have started setting up a house in Glen Lorne, with all the equipment necessary for the show.
…We will have 30 house-mates and one winner just like how the show is conducted in BBA. Channel Yedu is involved and one obtains an application online or in person at our offices in Harare and submit via email or WhatsApp platform. Our producers will then call for an interview and upload on all media platforms where people can begin voting once applications are open.
…It is just a name and the show is not only meant for women, there will be men involved and it is strictly 18 to 45 years. We will have some celebrities as guests during the 45 days.
Big Brother Africa (BBA) is Africa's biggest reality television show screen on Dstv. Produced by Endemol, South Africa, the reality show is open to 14 African countries including Zimbabwe, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia. The... Read More About Big Brother Africa