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Big Brother Mzansi Might Be Coming Back, Will You Enter? Here Are The Requirements

When the first season aired in 2001, Big Brother Mzansi was known as Big Brother South Africa.

Big Brother South Africa, as well as Celebrity Big Brother South Africa, is a television series with two seasons.

Celebrity Big Brother premiered on June 23, 2002, after the first season aired in 2001.

The second season premiered on July 28, 2002, and finished on October 13, 2002, after which Big Brother South Africa took a 12-year hiatus.Mnet announced on June 12, 2013, that its local brand Mzansi Magic would produce a new season of Big Brother South Africa, renamed Big Brother Mzansi.

 Big Brother Mzansi premiered on February 2, 2014. Mzansi Mandla was voted the season's winner after 63 days in the Big Brother House.

The second season of Big Brother Mzansi Double Trouble aired in 2015, with the contestants competing as pairs this time. Ntombi and Ace earned R2 million after 56 days.

 'Big Brother Mzansi' is set to return to television screens after making news in 2015 for an alleged sexual assault incident...

Over the years, Big Brother Mzansi has had its fair share of controversy. The popular reality show's final season aired in 2015, and it hasn't been seen on television since, but it is ready to return in a big way.

 Siyanda Ngwenya (Adams), a Big Brother Mzansi competitor, was accused of assaulting Axola Mbengo (Bexx) while she was sleeping in 2015. Contestants would have access to the party room and the bar area every Saturday night.

Adams was kicked off the reality show, and Bexx was taken off for her own safety.

 Big Brother Mzansi is ready to return to television, according to entertainment critic Phil Mphela. MutiChoice is working on bringing the reality show back, according to Mphela.


"According to sources, a definitive brief on the status of the show's return will be given today." "At this time, there are no formal audition routes that have been approved." Later on, he affirmed that the concert was "100% occurring."



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