The Herald (Harare)

8 February 2013

Zimbabwe: BBA Deadline Set

Photo: Big Brother
Big Brother Stargame winner Keagan.

Multichoice Zimbabwe yesterday announced the deadline for entries for this year's season of Big Brother Africa. The deadline is February 14. There is such great excitement like never before in this country about this season's Big Brother, with most people wanting to enter.

However, it looks like most people are not aware of the deadline for entries which is next week, Thursday February 14 2013, yes Valentines' Day, Liz Dziva, Multichoice Zimbabwe spokesperson said. Would be housemates can enter by filling an entry form at any of the MultiChoice Zimbabwe branches or complete the-on-line entry form available at www.africamagic.tv/bigbrother. This means that those who wish to be auditioned have at least a week to do so before the deadline.

Entry is open to all those persons over the age of 21, who are citizens of one of the participating countries and who either have a valid passport or will be able to obtain one by the end of March. Producers are looking for persons who are fluent in English, entertaining and passionate about the Big Brother experience.

Of particular importance to the selection team are the qualities of tolerance, determination and enthusiasm.

If you are open-minded, bold and adventurous, that's even better!

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