BIGGIE I WISH THE BIG BROTHER AFRICA 2014 COULD JUST BRING THE 28 RANDOM HOUSEMATES AND NOT REVEAL WHICH COUNTRY THEY ARE FROM AND FORBID HOUSEMATES FROM TALKING ABOUT WHERE THEY COME FROM AND THE VIEWERS WOULD HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING….NOW THAT WOULD BE INTERESTING TO WATCH…!!!#@TEAM TANZANIA BBA THE CHASE 2013@#...!!

PRESS RELEASE:: BIG BROTHER AFRICA THE CHASE EVICTION SHOW 4TH JULY 2013
Tensions were running high as the Big Brother: The Chase housemates made their nomination decisions on Monday. Nando’s disqualification and Big Brother’s reading of the riot act to the remaining nine housemates have focused their attention on the importance of the task at hand. This week, the trio of Feza, Oneal and Bimp find themselves in danger of eviction.


Once the housemates had had their say, Feza, Oneal and Elikem had picked up the most nominations. Head of House Elikem used his ‘save & replace’ decision to keep himself in The Chase, putting Bimp up for eviction in his place.



Angelo was up first, naming Elikem and Feza as his two nominees. He cited Elikem’s arrogance and Feza’s constant gossiping as his motivations. Oneal’s choices – Cleo and Dillish – were made partly because of the Zambian’s role in Nando’s disqualification, and for the Namibian’s disinterest in helping keep the house clean.



Beverley nominated Feza and Oneal – the former because she sees the Tanzanian as a threat and the latter because she felt Oneal doesn’t mix with the other housemates. Elikem’s nominations went the same way – he sees Oneal as competition and thinks Feza is “sucking up” to people. Cleo also nominated Feza from a competitive perspective. Her second nomination went to Elikem because of his Head of House status. Melvin nominated Elikem for the same reason, with Oneal as his second choice because they “never talk”.



Feza returned the favour by nominating Cleo, calling her “the weakest link in the game”. Dillish was the second name on her lips, because she felt the Namibian is a threat to her and would provide fierce competition. Bimp also cited the competitive element in naming Melvin. His second nomination went to Elikem, calling him “two-faced”.



Big Brother: The Chase viewers have ultimate control over who they’d like to keep in the game. There are three ways to vote to keep your favourite housemate in The Chase - via web, SMS or mobile sites – and you can win amazing prizes in the process, like DStv HD PVR’s and DStv Walkas. Voting opened immediately after Monday night’s nomination show and closes at 06:00 CAT on Sunday morning.



To vote via web or mobile site, go to the official Big Brother website, http://bigbrotherafrica.dstv.com OR

log in, click ‘Vote’ and then click the appropriate button for the housemate you’d like to keep in the house. You may vote once per hour.
To vote via SMS, send the word VOTE, followed by the name of the housemate you’d like to keep in the game, to the number for your country below. SMS’s are charged at specified network tariffs in the various countries. VAS rates apply. Free minutes do not apply. Please note that you can vote 100 times by SMS per telephone number during each voting period.


Angola
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Movicell 44555 UTT 6.0



Botswana
Mascom 16626 P 2,50
Orange 16626 P 2,50
BE MOBILE 16626 P 2,50



Ethiopia
Ethio 8089 Birr 4.00



Ghana
MTN 1474 GHC 0.70
Vodafone 1474 GHC 0.70
Expresso 1474 GHC 0.70
Tigo 1474 GHC 0.70
Airtel 1474 GHC 0.70



Kenya
Safaricom 22626 Kes 20
Orange 22626 Kes 20
Airtel 22626 Kes 20
Malawi
TNM 15626 MK 48.00
Airtel 15626 MK 48.00



Namibia
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Leo 15626 N$ 2.50



Nigeria
MTN 34350 N 75
Airtel 34350 N 75
Globacomm 34350 N 75
Starcomms 34350 N 75
Etisalat 34350 N 75



Rest of Africa
Long Code +2783142100414 International Rates



Sierra Leone
Airtel 2626 USD 0.40
Comium 2626 USD 0.40
Africell 2626 USD 0.40



South Africa
Vodacom 34624 R 1,50
MTN 34624 R 1,50
CellC 34624 R 1,50
8Ta 34624 R 1,50
Virgin 34624 R 1,50



Tanzania
Vodacom 15456 TZS 600
Tigo 15456 TZS 600
Zantel 15456 TZS 600
Airtel 15456 TZS 600



Uganda
UTL 7626 Ugx 1000
Warid 7626 Ugx 1000
MTN 7626 Ugx 1000
Airtel 7626 Ugx 1000
Orange 7626 Ugx 1000



Zambia
MTN 414 ZK 2,00
Zamtel 414 ZK 2,00
Airtel 414 ZK 2,00



Zimbabwe
Econet 33334 USD 0.50
Netone 15626 USD 0.50
Telecel 15626 USD 0.50


With less than 30 days to go and only 9 housemates standing, the competition for the USD300 000 has never been more fierce! Don’t miss all the action live, 24/7, only on DStv.....................

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