‘Come Dine With Me SA’ returns to Bay

2017-08-02 06:03

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AFTER a three-year break, a new season of the critically acclaimed ratings hit Come Dine With Me South Africa will be aired on BBC Lifestyle.

In the search for South Africa’s top hosts with the most episodes, will be filmed in four different cities, including Port Elizabeth. The other cities are Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.

Each episode follows four total strangers as they step into each other’s homes with the hope of being wined, dined and entertained and also be in with the chance of winning R10 000.

When filming starts later this year, the new series aspires to be bolder, bigger and better than ever.

How to apply

Applications to become a contestant are now open to South African residents and information on how to apply can be found at www.bbcsouthafrica.com.

The application process will close this Sunday, ahead of the 12-part season premiering on BBC Lifestyle early next year.

Joel Churcher, general manager and vice-president Africa, BBC Worldwide said, “Come Dine With Me South Africa quickly established itself as a South African sensation, taking us in to the dining rooms of some of the country’s most intriguing characters.”

The first three seasons have been huge ratings hits and in 2013 the programme won a best international format show award at the seventh annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs). – REPORTER

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